chunk

vb
American
1.
to throw away, reject
2.
also chunk it to vomit. The term, used by adolescents, is probably derived from the earlier blow chunks.
Cissie chunked all over the couch.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • chunk — [tʃʌŋk] n [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: CHUCK2] 1.) a large thick piece of something that does not have an even shape ▪ ice chunks chunk of ▪ a chunk of bread 2.) a large part or amount of something ▪ The rent takes a large chunk out of my monthly… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • chunk´i|ly — chunk|y «CHUHNG kee», adjective, chunk|i|er, chunk|i|est. 1. like a chunk; short and thick: »He threw a chunky log on the fire. 2. Informal. stocky: »The little boy had …   Useful english dictionary

  • chunk|y — «CHUHNG kee», adjective, chunk|i|er, chunk|i|est. 1. like a chunk; short and thick: »He threw a chunky log on the fire. 2. Informal. stocky: »The little boy had …   Useful english dictionary

  • chunk — chunk·ed; chunk·ey; chunk; chunk·i·ly; chunk·i·ness; …   English syllables

  • Chunk — (ch[u^][ng]k), n. [Cf. {Chump}.] A short, thick piece of anything. [Colloq. U. S. & Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chunk — [ tʃʌŋk ] noun count 1. ) a large thick piece of something: a thick stew with chunks of meat and vegetables 2. ) a large amount or part of something: It will cost a chunk of money to fix the car this time …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • chunk — index part (portion), segment Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • chunk — 1690s, nasalized variant of CHUCK (Cf. chuck) (n.) cut of meat; meaning large amount is 1889. Verb meaning to throw is 1835, Amer.Eng. Related: Chunked; chunking …   Etymology dictionary

  • chunk — (informal) A small parcel …   Glossary of postal terms

  • chunk — [n] mass, slab of something block, clod, dollop, glob, gob, hunk, lump, nugget, part, piece, portion, wad; concept 471 …   New thesaurus

  • chunk — ► NOUN 1) a thick, solid piece. 2) a large amount. ORIGIN apparently an alteration of CHUCK(Cf. ↑chucker) …   English terms dictionary

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