jack somebody aroundphrasal verb
American English spoken
to waste someone's time by deliberately making things difficult for them:
Stop jacking me around and make up your mind!
jack something ↔ inphrasal verb
British English informal
to stop doing something:
I'd love to jack in my job and go and live in the Bahamas.
jack offphrasal verb
American English informal not polite
jack something ↔ upphrasal verb
to lift something heavy off the ground using a jack:
Jack the car up higher - I can't get the tire off.
to increase prices, sales etc by a large amount:
They're just interested in jacking up their profit margins.