As a noun, "krabitz" can mean:
The root word "krabitz" can be extended to "krabitzing" and "krabitzed" for active and past tense verbs. As a verb, "krabitz" can mean:
As an adjective, "krabitz" can mean:
As a noun:
Ben: Can you get me that report?
Bob: I've got other stuff to do, that report is meaningless.
Ben: I need that report right the fuck now!
Bob: Why are you being a krabitz?
Ben: Look at that krabitz! He almost hit that car and hasn't bothered to even slow down!
As a verb:
Bob: Be back in a second; I gotta krabitz.
Bob: Why don't you answer your phone?
Ben: Because the last time I talked with her she krabitzed for an hour about the dumbest stuff.