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koty

Language; Idioms

It is a prefix that precedes a noun meaning that it is a tiny, small, and cute thing. For example, kotycat, kotydog, and ...

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 ...

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 ...

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).

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 ...

Doglish

Language; Slang

English that is badly spoken by first-language English speakers. Doglish results from the blend of "doggish" (= mean, bad) and ...

symbol knitting

Communication; Written communication

Creating a figure or pattern with all kinds of punctiation marks in order to express some kind of feeling or message - used in ...

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 ...

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 ...

cackle

Language; Slang

While this might mean to make a shrill cry, or to laugh or talk in a shrill manner, or even the act of a large group of women in ...

survitip

Sociology; General sociology

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

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