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deebo

  • to steal or take away from. From the character Deebo in the movie "Friday" who stole from everyone.
    I deboed his pencil after class.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Lester D. from Stone Mountain, GA, USA on Dec 31 1999.

  • from the move Friday. It means to steal something, to beat someone up, or you can even use it in reference to the way someone looks, as if they looked like Debo in the movie Friday.
    Dude he just deboed all of your money.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Matt from Gainesville, FL 32612, USA on Jan 13 2002.

  • From the movie "Friday." The character's name was Debo. He would walk up and steal from people or beat them up. 1. to steal 2. to punch.
    He said he was going to debo your necklace!

    Last edited on Sep 27 2002. Submitted by BRYAN from Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA on Sep 27 2002.

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deece

adjective

  • awesome, cool. Also spelled dece.
    His basketball skills are deece!
    That street performer was deece.

    Last edited on Oct 03 2005. Submitted by Jackie from Hamilton, NJ, USA on Oct 03 2005.

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deena

noun

  • Australian slang term for a shilling (12 pennies). Used before change to decimal currency (dollars and cents) in 1966.
    • See more words with the same meaning: money.

    Last edited on Nov 21 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 04 2012.

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deep

  • something that's good
    That tune is deep.

    Last edited on Jan 16 2005. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 16 2005.

adjective

  • packed, like in a car. Adding a number tells how many people are in the vehicle. A car with four people inside is called "4-deep".

    Last edited on Oct 01 2005. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2005.

  • "Deep" in slang has two meanings.

    You can describe a person as being deep. Which means they speak emotionally and thoughtfully . Or, You can describe a gang, party, group, church, park, etc. a place basically as being "deep" which means packed or crowed/a lot of people are there. You can also say deep about how many people are with you . If there isn't alot of people you can put a number in front of it . Such as 2-deep ( 2 people), 3-deep (3 people), 8-deep ( 8 people) ,etc . Ex: we 4-deep.. Or it's deep in this car!

    You can use any number but it has to be how many people are with you or at the place your at. If there is too many people to count just say deep..

    Last edited on Jun 19 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 19 2014.

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deep dive

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deep down in (one's) heart

  • relating to a person's true nature.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

    Citation from "Baby Monitor", Raising Hope (TV), Season 1 Episode 21 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 11 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 11 2011.

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