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unbelieVINble

Entertainment; Movies

Used to describe actor Vin Diesel when he breaks away from his typical role of mediocre acting in an action film and gives an ...

iMad

Computer; Computer hardware

Term used to describe Apple addicts, who must always be amongst the first to buy all the newest Apple Gadgets, think poorly of ...

punylingual

Language; Language learning

One who closed-mindedly insists on only knowing and communicating in one language (ie, English), despite inhabiting a ...

ally espionage

Politics; International politics

This term refers to the event on spying of the United States on its ally.

drawsome

Art history; Visual arts

Draw/Drawing+Awesome= Drawsome. Definition: a really good drawing or other piece of art (particularly of the sketching or ...

dwas

Language; Language learning

In Zimbabwe this term is used to call someone or something or a situation stupid, lame, not so smart. usage "That was a ...

brick

Mobile communications; Mobile phones

People in East Europe often use this term when they talk about Nokia 3310. Nokia 3310 was released in 2000. Phone received its ...

exprize

Love; Romantic love

A blend of extra and sprize: something lovers give each other in romantic journey. Like giving more than one present or ...

Frindle

Tools; Paint brush

A made up word meaning pen from a book called Frindle written for children. Frindle is based on a 1996 children's novel written ...

english is not my mother

Language; Language learning

It is easy for anyone to make a grammatical or pronunciation mistake when speaking English, even though accent may not be an ...

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 ...

bread

Language; Slang

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

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