a verb useable in any situation, originated in the north east of scotland , used initially ammungst garden laborers when digging up turf with a shovel , a good chanf denoted a more than acceptable mound of turf being ploughed in one scoop. later converging into Scottish street culture , and then into London Suburbs e.g. Surrey . and later into the inner city grime scene particularly south London
Aye a good chanf there mate , perhaps next time some better grass yield would be preferable
I think i'm going to chanf town tonight, there isn't much else on
Im so keen for chanfing a zoote
2 out of ten for chanfing that bird last night ,she was hog , i'm not going to lie
Im baaare hungry i only chanfed an apple for lunch
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