This page is about the slang term whack
to murder, esp. within the context of organised crime
- There's a contract out to whack Tony B. because he'd whacked Jimmy S., and he'd whacked Jimmy because Jimmy had whacked Paulie T., and so on.
- If those Mafia informers don't get protection, they'll be whacked for sure.
This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
If someone has been whacked by a hitman, they'll be
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