South African slang. Shortened version of Voetsek. The literal translation is "go away", however it holds the same weight as "fuck off!".

Not used politely.
"Tsek! Come any closer and I'll moer you so hard your ancestors will feel it!"
by Spiggerish March 29, 2019
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South African. Shortened from the Afrikaans "voetsek" which is used similarly as the American English "scram". It is usually used to chase away a stray animal, and adds a level of disrespect when used on another person. Can also be used as a playful term of incredulous dismissal similar to the American slang "get outta here". More commonly used in Western Cape slang and coloured communities.
"Tsek jou naai!" (Scram fucker)


"I hear this round is on you"
by munky82 June 28, 2016
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This word is commonly used in South Africa, idk about other countries but whatever. It basically means f*ck off, or like go away. Just tryna be a little appropriate.
Voetsek or tsek

Let's say a dog is chasing u neh. Thus normally works at the makhayas. Idk

*A dog chasing you*
You: voetsek !
*The dog either runs away or it catches you and rips your organs apart*

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Let's say someone said some fuck shit to you neh. Or like they do something stupid to you or something like that idk.

Amo: yoh, look at Bontles forehead! It's descending!

Bontle: mxm.. voetsek.
by Just2swag4u September 10, 2023
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