verbhucked, huck·ing, hucks
- To throw or toss.
- To cause (a vehicle or board such as a skateboard) to leave the ground when executing a jump or stunt.
- To go over or across (an obstacle), especially when executing a stunt.
- To jump or go off (an object or cliff, for example), as in snowboarding or basejumping.
To leave the ground when executing a jump or stunt, as on a skateboard.
Origin of huckPerhaps akin to hike hoick 1
(third-person singular simple present hucks, present participle hucking, simple past and past participle hucked)
- (Ultimate Frisbee) To throw a long way
- (informal) to throw or chuck
- He was so angry he hucked the book at my face.
- (mountain biking) To gain extra height from a jump by compressing the springs just before the take-off
- Longer forks make the bike more cumbersome, but you will be able to huck off of more stuff.
- If you huck it (the take-off), you'll drop about 20 feet.
- (mountain biking) To make a maneuver in a clumsy way.
- (whitewater kayaking) To paddle off of a waterfall or to boof a big drop.
- I hucked a sweet 25 foot waterfall on the Tomata River.
- (dated) To haggle in trading.
- (snowboarding, skiing) To throw oneself off a large jump or drop.
- Dude go huck that cornice!
- (Ultimate Frisbee) Long throw, generally at least half a field or more.
- (skiing, snowboarding) a drop or jump off of a cliff or cornice