Verb: To Jaack

Well-known West Mercian slang, deriving from the acclaimed (but unsuccessful on a larger scale) musician Jack Crowther:

To lift and carry a large plastic bin(s), possibly waving it over peoples heads or placing it on tables, in order to clear rubbish in areas deprived of bins.

Also: May be associated with the kicking of upturned bins along the floor
Hey, will you Jaack please

Common mispellings- jack, jaaack, jaaaak, jock
Synonyms- jack crowther, to bring the bin, lazy cleaner
Antonyms- (few in common usage) to put the bin back, to hearle
作者 Makins and Burford 2010年12月15日

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