The Collaborative International Dictionary
Chack \Chack\ (ch[a^]k), v. i. To toss up the head frequently, as a horse to avoid the restraint of the bridle. [1913 Webster] ||
Etymology 1 vb. To toss up the head frequently, as a horse to avoid the restraint of the bridle. Etymology 2
vb. (context ice-skating English) To not broadcast a medal-winning or otherwise memorable or crucial figure skating performance. This only occurs in a live broadcast because the network has to decide which programs to show and which to cut in the interest of time. If a skater is low in the rankings and several big names are set to skate later, that performance may be cut.
Usage examples of "chack".
The cause of the feud was that Chack fed squirrels and Leeds fed pigeons, both using Washington Square as a base of operations.
I entered and went down the hall, and there was Roy standing in the open door of the Chack apartment, his face pasty and twitching, trembling all over.
Their conversations, punctuated by the chack of the cleavers on the chopping blocks, revealed just how much damage had been done to dragons and riders in that frantic dash for home yesterday afternoon.