- заниматься онанизмом. Это довольно ходовой термин. Do you know he whacks off all the time in his car? Еще синоним - to whip the weenie (worm).
Другие значения to whack off - ударить, отрезать, или разбавить наркотик. Все родственные по смыслу, но, как всегда, из разных слоев жизни. Словари тут помогают лишь в ограниченной степени.

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