EnglishShow more Special senses of general English chaff to banter, tease.
1.rare.To give (someone something).
1963L.F. FreedCrime in S. Afr. 104‘Mossie’..had been a professional boxer who..never went into the ring without a shot of dagga...His friends used to invite him to ‘scale a jam’ (steal a car) and he would ‘chaff them a shot’, and be with them.
1985P. SlabolepszySat. Night at Palace 27Vince:..Should have swallowed my pride and gone home with that chick. Forsie: So, why didn’t you? Vince: Fear of rape. Didn’t want to risk it. Forsie: Please! You just couldn’t chaff her, that’s all.
1986L. Sampson inStyle May 100I remember you, your name is Clive and you used to chaff my sister.
1988S. Sole inStyle Apr. 49Anyway, these two ous didn’t go to work, got drunk, and then they wanted to charf her, so she swore them blind.
1991H.C. WattsInformant, Cape TownThat’s a lekker looking girl — I’ll go and charf her and make a date.
1991B. CarlyonInformant, JohannesburgHey! Look at that stukkie. I’m going to sommer chaff her up.
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