Whacked


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Whacked

Slang; describing an investor who has experienced a quick loss on a trade. For example, an investor who experiences a sudden turnaround in a security's price may be said to have been whacked.
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What makes you think the "snap" (not fade) to black was anything other than Tony being whacked by the guy in the baseball cap?
Cardiff Crown Court heard that after barging and a verbal exchange, Frampton, 24, "whacked" him.
For a small lad he's physically strong, as you saw when the centre-half whacked him right in front of us.
His confessed assassin was alleged mob boss Dusan Spasojevic, prompting Balkans affairs analyst Nebojsa Malic to speculate that the late prime minister, who had ample mob connections of his own, "had a falling-out with his mobster pals, who then had him whacked."
"`It's not the right time to have people being whacked on the streets of New York,' said CBS Television President Leslie moonves."
Some 4.5 billion years ago, an object the size of a small planet whacked into the youthful Earth, hurling into space chunks of the terrestrial mantle as well as pieces of the object itself.
The trumpets blared, the man in the leopard-skin apron whacked out the booming rhythm on the big drum, and the vanquished clanked in irons in the middle of the procession.
BILL Clinton has warned Northern Ireland will get "whacked" if voters back a Brexit.