1. [mid-17C–mid-18C; 1960s+] to have sexual intercourse.
2. [late 17C+] to rob.
3. [late 18C+] (UK/US campus) to find lacking, deficient.
4. [20C+] (US) to arrest.
5. [1900s] (US campus) to expel.
6. [1900s] (US campus) to reprimand.
7. [1940s] (US) to cashier or retire a military officer.
8. [1980s+] (US black) to choose one’s woman.
[1960s] robbery, theft.
[late 16C–mid-17C] ‘a general scramble for booty or spoil’ (OED).
1. [late 18C+] to fleece a victim.
2. [1910s] in weak use, to conclude a business deal.
SE in slang uses
1. [17C–early 19C] to visit the lavatory.
2. [mid-17C] to have sexual intercourse.
[late 17C–early 18C] to knock on the tavern door.
[late 17C–mid-19C] to ring the bell at a tavern.