sock (someone)

vb
British
to have sex with. An item of black street-talk used especially by males, recorded in 2003, often in the form of the taboo insult or provocation 'sock yer mom!'.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • sock (someone) one — land/sock (someone) one informal to hit someone hard. She just walked up and landed him one …   New idioms dictionary

  • sock — ► NOUN 1) a knitted garment for the foot and lower part of the leg. 2) an insole. 3) informal a hard blow. ► VERB informal ▪ hit forcefully. ● knock (or blow) someone s socks off Cf. ↑knock …   English terms dictionary

  • sock it to someone — informal phrase to say or do something to someone in a very strong and direct way When it was her turn to speak, she stood up and socked it to them. Thesaurus: talking in a direct waysynonym Main entry: sock * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • sock — sock1 S3 [sɔk US sa:k] n [Sense: 1,3 4; Origin: Old English socc, from Latin soccus light shoe ] [Sense: 2,5; Date: 1600 1700; Origin: SOCK2] 1.) a piece of clothing made of soft material that you wear on your foot inside your shoe …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sock — 1 3 noun (C) 1 a piece of clothing made of soft material that you wear on your foot inside your shoe: a pair of cotton socks 2 give sb/sth a sock informal to hit someone or something very hard, especially with your hand closed 3 pull your socks… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • sock — I UK [sɒk] / US [sɑk] noun [countable] Word forms sock : singular sock plural socks * 1) a soft piece of clothing that you wear on your foot inside your shoe a pair of yellow socks 2) informal the action of hitting someone or something with a lot …   English dictionary

  • sock — {{11}}sock (n.) O.E. socc light slipper, a West Germanic borrowing from L. soccus light low heeled shoe, variant of Gk. sykchos a kind of shoe, perhaps from Phrygian or another Asiatic language. To knock the socks off (someone) beat thoroughly is …   Etymology dictionary

  • sock — sock1 [ sak ] noun count * 1. ) a soft piece of clothing that you wear on your foot inside your shoe: a pair of yellow socks 2. ) INFORMAL the action of hitting someone or something with a lot of force work/laugh/run etc. your socks off INFORMAL… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sock — noun 1》 a knitted garment for the foot and lower part of the leg. 2》 an insole. 3》 a white marking on the lower part of a horse s leg. 4》 informal a hard blow.     ↘N. Amer. force or emphasis. verb informal 1》 hit forcefully. 2》 (sock something… …   English new terms dictionary

  • sock — I. /sɒk / (say sok) noun 1. (plural socks or sox) a short stocking reaching about halfway to the knee, or only above the ankle. 2. a light shoe worn by ancient Greek and Roman comic actors, sometimes taken as a symbol of comedy. See buskin (def.… …   Australian English dictionary

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