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sololarius

Entertainment; Popular culture

An adjective used to describe anything that makes one, who is completely alone, laugh at extreme volumes in an effort to draw ...

twork

Dance; African-American

An uncoordinated dancer attempting to twerk in front of a crowd. (eg. "that girl is a real twork")

thirst watch

Timepieces; Watches

The thirst watch is a bio-watch that is capable of measuring a person's skin moisture content and reminding him/her to take a ...

transinterpreter

Language; Linguistics

A TRANSINTERPRETER will be a linguist who works as both, a translator and interpreter, at the same time. Before the 21st ...

bread

Language; Slang

Bread in slang means money ,, people say : I need some bread to pay for my car , bread here means money.

bent

Language; Slang

If you want to express anger in slang you may use the word "bent" here's an example : " It's OK. Don't get so bent." which means ...

space funeral

Personal life; Funeral

A form of burial service that sends the dead body into space instead of burring it on earth. The idea with space funeral is that ...

survitip

Sociology; General sociology

Contraction of survival+tip. Suggestions or instructions to save money or spend less to face the crisis. Examples are recipes ...

vespal virgin

Culture; People

Slang term used to describe young girls that can be seen riding around Europe (esp. Italy) on their scooters (i.e. Vespas).

hu-fi

Internet; Social media

"Human fidelity": a system of connecting to people around you in public places when the internet is not accessible by wi-fi ...

special relativity plus

Physics; Quantum mechanics

Special relativity plus is an extension of Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity (STR) concerning mass-energy ...

wazabanga

Politics; General politics

´Wazabanga': 1. A ruthless obsession with power, money and status, which leaves no room for ethics and morality 2. The law of ...

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