- • sexual intercourse. e.g. "I gave her a good shafting".
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Shafting — Shaft ing, n. (Mach.) Shafts, collectivelly; a system of connected shafts for communicating motion. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
shafting — [shaf′tiŋ, shäf′tiŋ] n. 1. a system or group of shafts, as for transmitting motion or conveying air 2. material for making shafts … English World dictionary
shafting — /shaf ting, shahf /, n. 1. a number of shafts. 2. Mach. a system of shafts, as the overhead shafts formerly used for driving the machinery of a mill. 3. steel bar stock used for shafts. 4. Archit. a system of shafts, as those around a pier or in… … Universalium
shafting — noun Date: 1825 shafts or material for shafts … New Collegiate Dictionary
shafting — n an instance of extremely harsh, ruinous and/or unfair treatment. The term derives from the sexual senses of the verb to shaft … Contemporary slang
shafting — n. shafts (collectively); system of shafts for setting power or communicating motion; material for making shafts; event of harsh or unfair treatment (Slang) ÊƒÃ¦ft /ÊƒÉ‘Ëft n. any vertical passageway; slender body of an arrow or spear; pole,… … English contemporary dictionary
shafting — noun a system of shafts for transmitting motive power in a machine … English new terms dictionary
shafting — shaft·ing … English syllables
shafting — n. Mech. 1 a system of connected shafts for transmitting motion. 2 material from which shafts are cut … Useful english dictionary
Roof and tunnel hacking — is the unauthorized (generally prohibited and often illegal) exploration of roof and utility tunnel spaces. The term carries a strong collegiate connotation, stemming from its use at MIT, where the practice has a long history (see vadding). It is … Wikipedia