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do your whack (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo your whack (of something)do your whack (of something) especially spokenBritish EnglishSHARE to do a fair or equal share of a job or activity I’ve done my whack of the driving – it’s your turn. whack
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