• IPA: /ˈhɔː(ɹ)k/

hork (horks, present participle horking; past and past participle horked)

  1. (computing, slang) To foul up; to be occupied with difficulty, tangle, or unpleasantness; to be broken.
    I downloaded the program, but something is horked and it won't load.
  2. (slang, regional) To steal, especially petty theft or misnomer in jest.
    Can I hork that code from you for my project?
  3. (slang) To vomit, cough up.
  4. (slang) To throw.
    Let's go hork pickles at people from the back row of the movie theatre.
  5. (slang) To eat hastily or greedily; to gobble.
    I don't know what got into her, but she horked all those hoagies last night!
  6. (slang, transitive) To move.
    Go hork the kegs from out back.

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