1. To take something from someone else; for example their personal property (a golden egg) or an idea (TNBT) or something abstract (private data.)
(*) Note that this usage does not apply to taking someone's virginity.
2. To infringe on someone's privacy or abuse their trust.
3. (in football) To intercept.
4. An untrustworthy person
5. A weasel
Origin: c. 2005
zucked, verb or noun
2. Quit reading my journal. You need to stop zucking any time I turn my back.
3. Favre's pass to Harvin was a bullet, but it was zucked.
4. You're being totally zucky right now.
5. You zuck.
Synonymous with the word "stiff," the word "zuck" is most appropriately used in situations where the tipper has more than necessary means to express gratuity but fails to do so. Inspired by billionaire Mark Zuckerberg's infamous honeymoon meal in Italy where he failed to leave a tip.
Waiter 2: Yeah, bud - you just got zucked.
Jim fixed me up with a hot chick, then did her the next morning, which is why Jim zucks!
John spent the day zucking everyone out of their life savings, with that ponzi scheme.