Top Definition
Pilot slang for the transponder code being used to indentify the aircraft on radar. The code is made up of four digits, and all codes are used but 0000, try using that code in a civilian aircraft and watch how fast the air force lights your ass up. For normal flight the code is 1200, Hijack code is 7500, radio being jammed is 7600 and general mayday call is 7700. These are discrete codes from 7600 to 7677 and 7701 to 7785 also, but I cant tell you what they are for...
Jetblue 834 this is Dulles Control, squawk 4932 please and climb to 15000.

Roger dulles control, squawking.
by IrishRepublicanArmy October 13, 2003
14 more definitions
v. to yell out in pain or alarm
"Your mom squawked when she ate the cat."
by bill November 20, 2002
To leave a conversation or situation in a quick manner.
"Did Katie just squawk out on us?"
by berfnadett3 February 16, 2015
a sound a chicken makes.
At first the baby chicks made a peeping sound but as they became older they began to squawk.
by keylee98 March 26, 2008
To the world squawk means a noisy complaint, usually made by a bird, but to us the true definition of squawk is when two people do something totally inappropriate behind public buildings. :)
Yo, did you see the two of them squawking behind the bathroom!?
by hyperangelmc July 29, 2010
The sound large black girls make
Did you hear Shenequa and Loquisha squawking in KFC last night? That shit was whack!
by Imperanon May 28, 2007
verb; To mess up, choke, blunder, or fail solely because of one's own mistake
"I don't think Lindsey will be going out with me any time soon. I called her Jessica... then Victoria when I tried to correct myself. I squawked that one up big time."
by TimidObserver February 19, 2010

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from We'll never spam you.