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Line breaks: twoc
Pronunciation: /twɒk

Definition of twoc in English:

verb (twocs, twoccing, twocced)

[with object] British informal
Steal (a car): people are fed up with having their cars twocced
More example sentences
  • How many cars do they have to twoc before they get on the course?
  • Would they claim that if car theft (and twoccing) were totally stopped that all the former car thieves would go out and buy one?
  • When Matt, Jake, and Jake's girlfriend, Jools, twocced a Ferrari one night, they had a terrible accident.


1990s (originally police slang): acronym from taken without owner's consent.



Example sentences
  • Never a day goes past, without we hear of someone being mugged, a twoccer running someone over, a house raided for drugs and the occupants arrested, and so on.
  • The main character of this novel is sixteen-year-old, Matt, a twoccer who learned all the tricks of the trade from Jake, the older brother he idolizes.
  • I just remember a scam where some twoccers started doing this and pulling over taxis and then robbing them.

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