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cracked off

discarded, asked to leave, superseded: "Have you been picked for the footy team this weekend?" "No, I've been cracked off" OR "Is Julie still going out with Brian" "No, she cracked him off" - Comes from the sport of campdrafting where, if you are disqualified, a whip is cracked to let you know and you are said to have been "cracked off", the usage has just spilled over into other situations.

Contributor's comments: Cracked off meant one has farted in Melbourne.