Top Definition
1.To make shift something out of other materials.

2.To fix something using other material not belonging to what you are fixing.
sara: you just neck'd that by using a old oil bottle as a funnel!
Por Plainwhiteghost 30 de octubre de 2011
1. to be ironically and unreasonably surprised and offended by attention or disapproval acquired by blatantly dishonourable, or ostentatious behaviour.

2. anything that seemingly cannot be improved despite incredible effort nor investment.
1 (a) He looked all Neck-D when I roused on him for drawing on the walls.

1 (b) She was Neck-D about being fired after she was caught stealing.
1 (c) Dude, you have a tattoo on your face, of course I'm going to look at you. Don't get all Neck-D about it.

2 (a) I can do 200 crunches a day, but my stomach will just always be my Neck-D
2 (b) Nothing can fix that hole in my jeans. I've tried and stitching, machine sewing and patching it. It's Neck-D.
Por naivewifey 07 de noviembre de 2015

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