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44.
a)- To steal something. b) - To take something that doesn't belong to you. c) - To borrow something with or without permission, often with the intent ot give it back.
Example #1 - I juked my brother's new CD before I went to school today.

Example #2 - Oh, crap! Somebody juked my car!!!

Example #3 - Can I juke this super cool hair bow for tonight's party??
by Kattt November 01, 2005
 
1.
lets get this straight... jukin is when a female is workin a dude to a beat wit her ass towards his shyt...
grindin is when she faces the other way n they grind they shyt togetha
in chicago we be jukin at juke parties n anywhere else

she was jukin on dude all night
by Kristy March 17, 2005
 
2.
In football, to fake someone out, make them miss a tackle.
"Barry Sanders juked that defender out of his shoes"
by Nightwing April 29, 2005
 
3.
a term used commonly in the Chicago area referring to Juke Music, or the type of dancing done to Juke Music, which is usually fast-passed azz movin.
"we was juke'n all night!"
by Chris May 22, 2004
 
4.
a dance commonly done in Chicago where a female rubs her azz on the males dick.
Ayo ol dude havin a juke party 2nite.
by Ashley March 15, 2004
 
5.
1) To defeat an opponent by using subtlety, cleverness, or a trickery. To force an opponent between choosing between two negative options (both of which benefit you).

2) To steal from someone else.

3) To dance while grinding one's ass against another dancer's pelvis. This slang is common in Chicago.

4) To stab another person. This slang is common in South London.
1) He totally juked me into that Checkmate yesterday.

2) Hey! That kid just juked that DVD!

3) She was juking him all over the dance floor last night.

4) He got juked and mugged between the tube station and his flat.
by Tanniynim July 29, 2006
 
6.
Chicago style of dance. A form of grinding on the dance floor. Most often perform to Chicago-style house music
"Everybody get yo juke on!"
by streetzee July 24, 2005
 
7.
Chicago slang. Chicago doesnt have a specific dance so we say juke meaning to dance, normally with fast fancy footwork, grinding, and/or a combination of both. Precise movements. A word used to express talented,intense dancing.
We juked all night at the party.
by mikajuka December 05, 2005