jack in

Definition of jack in

British, informal

  1. :  to stop doing (something) He was building a new shed but jacked it in and watched the ball game. He jacked in his job and became a hippie.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  man

    :  sailor

    :  servant, laborer

  1. :  to hunt or fish at night with a jacklight

    :  to hunt or fish for at night with a jacklight

    :  to move or lift by or as if by a jack

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