1. To have been unknowingly volunteered or committed to a task or job that is not feasible.

2. To accomplish a major task only to have someone else take the credit.

3. Having the feeling that you have been violated by a sycophant.
1. I was "bocked" into redesigning the entire user database because someone wanted the columns named "prettier".

2. I worked an entire year on a project that made $8,000,000,000 only to be "bocked" by that suck-up who promptly received a bonus for the work "he" did.

3. After being "bocked" by nut-breath, I felt the need to take a long shower.
作者 Yul 2003年6月05日
Taking any problem and blowing it up into a crisis level event. defbock
The customer was a little worried about our schedule, then John came in and bocked up our proposed solution. Now everyone is in a panic.
作者 Steve 2003年6月05日

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