sak verb
A pifleatic term meaning an action inferred by the context in which the verb is being used.
by Shaka Chappelle October 21, 2015
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Sack means something is 'Too much effort' or 'Something you do not want to do'.

Originated from Killara High School in Sydney's sunny Upper North Shore.
Teacher: "Class please can you write a practice essay on Module A, and use the practice examples on the google slide. Make sure to send this by Wednesday 5:00 PM.

Kid in the back: "Sack!"

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The term bible badgers use in place of β€˜fuck’
β€œWhat the sack! My prostate has a rash!”
by Emroidthehemroid March 27, 2018
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