chuck off

chuck off

vb
informal (often foll by: at) Austral and NZ to abuse or make fun of
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England v France U20 World Championship Final HARLEQUINS' Marcus Smith will attempt to chuck off his L-plates, as England bid to win a fourth Under-20 World Championship in six years tonight in France.
Staff on buses to ensure good behaviour and chuck off naughty ones, that would be money better spent."
One of them took a chuck off the roof of a house before landing in the yard below.
To get the old chuck off, remove the chuck screw (Photo 1).