Define Asks Meaning

Asking Not Asking
A sarcastic phrase that re-frames your polite request as a demand.

"Phil can you hand me the remote? Asking not asking!"
By Carmine
Asked
Something I didn't do

"FUCK YOU!"

"ASKED YOU! Oh wait, no I didn't!!! Fucking idiot delete your account immediately and die also"
By Vania
Ask For It
to behave in a way that invites trouble

You ask for it with your attitude about the game.
By Nellie
Ask
The archaic form of the question verb, "to axe."

Being from the late 20th century, Fry's mispronunciation of the interrogative question verb "axe" as "ask" is often lost among his confused kinfolk.
By Barry
Aske

Watch out for Aske!
By Bertie
Asks
It is a prison term for a favor and then you owe the other person a favor in return.

Can I have an ask? I don't do asks. What about a trade?
By Annie
Asking For It
The final frontier of denial, "asking for it" is a mentality people use to justify the world being less horrible than it is. Most commonly it is used to pretend that a rape victim 'subliminally' or 'subtly' gave consent, but it can also be used in context to say someone who leaves a quarter on the ground is just as guilty as the thief who steals it of the crime, having 'tempted' the criminal or perpetrator. In extremist cases, such as a few sects of Muslim religion, some women are forced to cover their hair to prevent 'tempting' men.

Pertaining to sex, it is statistically estimated that about 1/3 men buy in Britain conform to the "asking for it" mentality.

"Did you hear about Katie? I feel really sorry for her."
"Nah, man, she was asking for it."
By Juli
Ask
Common term used in place of a sale amount by shady car sales consigners in order to make a larger consignment sum without the owner knowing.

He Drew me in with the "ask" price but in the end Im the one that got my colon busted.
By Hettie
Ask
One of the thousands of search engines available in the United States but is nowhere near as cool as google or yahoo because it does not offer an add URL service for free, cheap asses.

Who the hell would use ask if they could just use google and rake in the dough for their business advertising on the best search engine anywhere?
By Anastassia
Ask
verb: to present a question, or to request something.

Misused by stupid British soccer commentators as a substitute for job, task, or assignment. The same commentators also butcher the language by using "take" in place of control, take possession, or catch.

He will ask me what age I am.
I can ask her for coffee.

He has to stop Messi from scoring tonight: that's a big ask.

The goalkeeper comes for the ball: that's a good take.
By Aurilia