hack off



hack something off

to chop something off. I need to get up that tree and hack that big branch off before it bangs on the house. Please hack off that big branch.
See also: hack, off

hack off

v.
1. To cut something off, usually with rough or heavy blows: The gardener hacked off the branch with a machete. We hacked the old shingles off the side of the house.
2. Chiefly British To annoy someone: That attitude really hacks me off. The drunken celebrity really hacked off the entertainment reporter.
See also: hack, off

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
CİHangİR-Turkish
LeniLE-neeGerman
Leonciole-ON-thyo (Spanish), le-ON-syo (Latin American Spanish)Spanish
Yedidah-Biblical Hebrew
Krystina-English (Modern)
Alonso[a'ltmzau]