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cheddybuddy

noun

  • childhood or close friends. Used in a local Indian dialect.

    Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 17 2017.

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Cheddy Buddy

noun

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cheeba

noun - uncountable

  • marijuana.
    Give me a bag of your sweetest cheeba.
    • See more words with the same meaning: marijuana.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2010. Submitted by olinger from VA, USA on Mar 15 2002.

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cheech

  • smoking pot, as in Cheech and Chong.
    We were cheechin in there.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by mark from New York, NY, USA on May 23 2002.

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cheerios

interjection

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cheerleader

noun

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cheers

  • either "goodbye" or "thank you" or "good luck."
    Cheers, mate.

    Last edited on Jun 21 2013. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • Heard in New Zealand and the UK (and Australia?), but is becoming an increasingly global word. Now often used by Internet posters in closings, to sound worldly and friendly, though they may never actually use it while speaking.

    Last edited on Mar 02 1999. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • Usually a British term or phrase. A friendly good-bye. Can be a closing to a conversation or visit.
    I'm off, cheers!

    Last edited on Jul 25 2011. Submitted by Victoria S. from San Francisco, CA, USA on Apr 03 2002.

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