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booster

adjective

  • Used to indicate that something has to be done fast, immediately. Origin: used by Navy carrier crew, I believe in order to shorten radio transmissions.
    Bring me a burger, booster.

    Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Jose from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on Oct 20 1999.

noun

  • Someone that steals, almost professionally. Usually clothes.
    I know this booster, she can get you clothes for cheap.

    Last edited on Sep 06 2010. Submitted by Tiffany W. from Hartford, CT, USA on Mar 26 2002.

  • Verb (Boosting)-Stealing
    My cousin goes to the mall and boosts outfits.

    Last edited on Mar 26 2002. Submitted by Tiffany W. from Hartford, CT, USA on Mar 26 2002.

  • a person who goes to different stores, steals a variety of items (but typically it is clothes, purses, etc.) then proceeds to sell the items at extremely low cost out of their car or their house.

    Last edited on Sep 06 2010. Submitted by Pat R. on Aug 19 2005.

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boost on (one's) ass

verb - transitive

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boot

  • A person from Louisiana
    Since the state resembles a boot.

    Last edited on Feb 18 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 18 2015.

adjective

  • very unattractive.
    I wouldn't touch her with a ten foot pole, she is boot!

    Last edited on Jan 17 2000. Submitted by James K. from Calgary, AB, Canada on Jan 17 2000.

noun

  • someone of legal alcohol purchasing age (or with falsified identification) who buys it and sells it to underage people. Short for "boot-legger."
    I know a boot that can get this party moving.

    Last edited on Mar 10 1999. Submitted by Iris from Alberta, Canada on Mar 10 1999.

  • someone new to the armed forces, i.e. someone in boot camp or who has recently left boot camp.
    Hey, boot - drop and give me 20.

    Last edited on Nov 25 2001. Submitted by Jeffrey F. from Fairbanks, AK, USA on Nov 25 2001.

  • boot camp.

    Last edited on Dec 20 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Dec 20 2010.

verb - intransitive

  • to vomit
    I booted last night.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.

    Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by John Hannan from Potsdam, NY, USA on Oct 23 1997.

  • to leave.
    I need to boot.

    Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by Tom from Great Falls, MT, USA on Dec 16 1997.

verb - transitive

  • to kick someone off of an electronic interaction medium for breaking rules, being disruptive, or generally ruining people's time. Examples include IRC and online gaming.
    That guy keeps spamming. Can a moderator please boot him?

    Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by Calli from Santa Barbara, CA, USA on Oct 23 1999.

  • to expel.
    He got booted from the club.

    Last edited on Sep 02 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 02 2009.

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boot camp

  • see sausage factory or sausage party.
    Let's jet, this place is like boot camp.

    Last edited on Mar 14 2000. Submitted by RayRay from San Diego, CA, USA on Mar 14 2000.

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