Meaning of POCK in English

1. Kind shorthand for I completely like and respect you, maybe even love you, but you must please leave me alone right now, no questions asked. Especially appropriate when the other person is visiting your turf -- your dorm room, office, etc. 2. To leave immediately after hearing a pock request, without bearing the speaker any ill will. Example: (Your friend Bill is yakking while you're trying to finish your taxes.) You: Um, Bill? ...Pock. (Bill nods and walks out without feeling offended.)

Slang English vocab.      Английский сленговый словарь.