Australian slang
1. noun (generally in the plural): trouser.
2. verb: to de-pants someone.
3. verb: to shoplift an item by putting it down one's trousers.
1. "That's a stonkin' pair of dacks you got there, mate!"
2. "So I ran up behind him and dacked the bugger. It was grouse."
3. "I wanted a bottle of Beam, but I didn't have any money, so I dacked it and ran."
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To pull someones pants down.
Intention is to embarress them by exposing their tighy whities or a bare ass. Make's other people laugh.
"John is being the biggest dickhead."
"Yeah, let's dack him."
by Diego September 5, 2003
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from the word foedack; an annoying freshman; an annoying/lame person in general
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To "depants" or suddenly pull someones pants down before they have the chance to react. Usually done in public or in front of a large group of people. Soccer/footy players are notorious "dackers".
"Dude, Paul was talking to a group of girls and Steven TOTALLY dacked him!"
by JeramyP February 11, 2006
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Short for 'Dakka', meaning Marijuna, Chronic.
Did you bring any dack over with you?
by Diego September 29, 2003
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One that has qualities not unlike a penis. And not in a good way, either!
Man, why is Jimmy acting like such a DACK today?
by Robert Turner January 29, 2003
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