chack definition

  • verb:
    • To toss up the top often, as a horse in order to avoid the discipline associated with bridle.
    • never to broadcast a medal-winning or perhaps unforgettable or essential figure skating performance. This only takes place in a live broadcast because the system needs to determine which programs showing and which to cut in the attention of time. If a skater is lower in the positioning and lots of big brands are set to skate later, that performance might cut.
    • To toss up the pinnacle usually, as a horse to prevent the restraint associated with bridle.
    • never to broadcast a medal-winning or otherwise memorable or vital figure skating overall performance. This just takes place in a live broadcast since the community has to decide which programs to exhibit and which to cut in the attention of time. If a skater is reduced in the ranks and several huge brands are set-to skate later on, that performance could be slashed.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To toss-up the pinnacle regularly, as a horse to avoid the discipline of the bridle.
    • To toss up the head usually, as a horse in order to prevent the restraint regarding the bridle.
  • others:
    • To bruise, nip, or pinch by jamming or squeezing unintentionally: since, to chack your little finger in shutting a door.
    • To reduce by a-sudden swing.
    • To snatch all of a sudden.
    • To bruise, nip, or pinch by jamming or squeezing accidentally: since, to chack your hand in shutting a door.
    • In the manège, to jerk or toss (the head), as a horse, in order to slacken the strain of the bridle.
    • To cut by a rapid stroke.
    • To take hold of unexpectedly.
    • In the manège, to jerk or toss (the head), as a horse, in order to slacken the strain of the bridle.
    • A Scotch kind of check.
    • A Scotch kind of check.
  • noun:
    • a small repast; luncheon; a snack: as, “a chack of supper,” [Scotch.]
    • regional British names of the wheatear, Saxicola œnanthe. Montagu.
    • hook repast; luncheon; a snack: as, “a chack of dinner,” [Scotch.]
    • Local Uk brands associated with wheatear, Saxicola œnanthe. Montagu.

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