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twezerk

Dance; African-American

The act of dancing uncontrollably by shaking your hips in an up-and-down motion. ("wow - that girl is going twezerk!")

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 ...

catch some rays

Language; Slang

When someone tells you : "I'm going to lie on the beach and catch some rays" he means he's going to get some sunshine.

linglop

Psychology; General psychology

A momentary loss for words in speakers of multiple languages resulting from linguistic interference when the brain continues to ...

twork

Dance; African-American

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

socialectic

Sociology; People

Referred to a person who is perfectly at ease with social networks of any kind; he/she understands how social media work, in ...

bromchi

Language; Language learning

Pronounced bromshi; Complete disorder and confusion, a jumble or disorderly mass, a mess, absolute chaos, a total lack of ...

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 ...

Doglish

Language; Slang

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

bread

Language; Slang

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

queue jumping economy

Economy; International economics

A queue jumping economy is an economy in which individuals are actively finding ways to get ahead in a manner similar to queue ...

round

Language; Slang

This word is use to mean friend, or someone in your circle or friends - that is why it is referred to as "round", as in knights ...

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