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tanganced

Language; General language

Exceedingly large of its kind, huge, enormous. It initially started by my mistakenly saying trigantic instead of gigantic, and I ...

back to Ithaca syndrome

Psychology; Psychological disorders

The feeling of frustration and discomfort experienced by somebody who, after living in a foreign country for several years, comes ...

frippinicity

General; Miscellaneous

This is when you have so much work that you decide to sleep instead. It is both the sleep part and the procrastination part, but ...

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 ...

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 ...

drawsome

Art history; Visual arts

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

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.

basebook

Organizations; Networking

An individual account created on facebook stating a person's basic information as birth date, birth place, and pictures as a ...

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!")

transinterpreter

Language; Linguistics

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

labrottie

Zoology; Zoological terms

A dog species that is a mix between a rottweiler and a labrador retriever.

linglop

Psychology; General psychology

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

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