Phrase usually used by Aussies meaning "fuck off"
Ah, rack off mate! I didn\'t touch your kangaroo!
by Al West April 26, 2005
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A "rack" was a slang term for a motor-bike for older Australians. So, to go get "on-yer-bike" and go away upon a command you would be "racking off". To rack off is less rude, but alliterative, for another popular expression.
Hello mate, may i come to your party and dance the "Maroubra Stomp?"
No, mate, you may not. Rack Off.
by James Borlase October 16, 2005
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Rack Off

This is a phrase used in the absence of the phrases such as fuck off or piss off. It can be said to people of older generations and they cannot tell you off as they dont know what it means.

It is also used when a person cant be arsed to have an argument but knows hes right;
Person 1 - your such a gay bastard, why did u put ur head in my crotch.

Person 2 - How did i, gay bastard.

Person 3 - Yea u did i saw u.

Person 2 - Rack off!
by Stevey - p July 15, 2004
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When someone get unnecessarily angry about something.
Greg: "Would you mind sitting over here please Phil?"

Phil: "What? No way. I am seriously racked off."
by FE11 June 06, 2014
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when 1-2 people share a 30 rack of beer to themselves
Dude you want to get drunk? Yeah we should rack off eachother.

We were racking off so hard last night. I've never got so drunk.
by sammythejuice May 23, 2011
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This is a word not really used in the English language. I know this word because my English teacher is Australian and she thought us a lesson on Australian slang and rack off means go away. It may ounce ruder then saying go away but it is not rude at all and Harry I love u loads babes!!!❤️❤️❤️💜💜💜❤️💜❤️💜❤️💜
Look your so annoying so rack off like ASAP. Bae
by Simply holly October 12, 2016
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Australian term popular in the 70's and rarely heard now. Not without it's peculiar Oz charm and used in a fairly benign manner to tell some charmless, or possibly, devilishly charming lair to get a move on.
At the local, a boyishly handsome wag is eyeing up the pretty barmaid.
He not so subtly makes it clear to his mates that she is rather attractive, and completely at his mercy.
Wag: Patty has splendid breast definition, wouldn't you agree?
Sniggering round of agreement from assembled uglies.
Patty: Oh, Rack off Normie! You and your mates!
Giggles all round from the ladies, and rounds of applause from the gents.
by Little Pretty December 19, 2010
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