dak
Marijuana, Cannibus. It's short for 'dakka'.
"I'm gunna go home, smoke a bit of 'dak' and jus' chill baby."
Por Diego 08 de septiembre de 2003
dak
Australian; to "dak" someone is to pull down there pants, usually in a crowded place to cause embarrassment. Daks being an Aussie term for trousers.
I'm going to dak Dave as pay back!!!
Por Charlie 19 de octubre de 2004
Australian. Trousers, usually a bit more formal than jeans. Hence underdaks and trackie-daks
I always make sure I have a pressed pair of daks for the first day back after the holidays.
Por Joan 21 de diciembre de 2003
dak
Dirty Ass Kid.

A subtle way of calling a trashy person. These are the trash of the party-- very likely the uninvited townies who crash a random party and spread their dak-ness.
Jared: Oh god, Mary-Jo and her friends showed up at the party
Sarah: Oh wow, what a dak!
Por andrewramirez 20 de agosto de 2009
dak
Verb: Australian. To pull down someone's daks to around the knee for the purpose of playful public humiliation.
Dave was skivving in front of some ladies, so four mates ran over and dakked him.
Por Joan 21 de diciembre de 2003
DAK
Dodgy Accent Krew.

A group of individuals, usually a trio, who find intense amusement in speaking in different accents throughout an evening. These individuals usually stick with each other given the fact their peers cannot understand their unique sense of humour and/or be involved within said krew.
Person 1: Did you hear that Austrailian dude over there?
Person 2: Oh that's just a memeber of DAK.
Person 1: That's kind of cool.
Person 2: I know I wish I was a member of DAK, they're kind of exclusive though.
Person 1 & 2: *walk away disappointed*
Por weareonethirtyeight 23 de noviembre de 2010
To pull ones pants down
John Walked behind Michel in the Pub and Daksed him
Por dragnat 06 de noviembre de 2008

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