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rest ya neck

adjective

  • Time to stop partying an go to sleep.
    Your acting crazy fool you need to rest ya neck.

    Last edited on May 14 2015. Submitted by Jess Sanchez on May 14 2015.

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retaardvark

  • idiot, moron. origin: combination of the words 'retard' and 'aardvark'.
    He's too much of a retaardvark to get an A in that class.

    Last edited on Jan 22 1999. Submitted by Audrey M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA on Jan 22 1999.

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retail therapy

noun - uncountable

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retch

verb

  • to projectile vomit.
    That guy is retching everywhere and it almost hit my dog!
    • See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2013. Submitted by Phillip M. from CA, USA on Mar 02 2003.

verb - intransitive

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retcon

  • "Retroactive continuity". the deliberate changing of previously established facts in a work of serial fiction. The change is informally referred to as a "retcon", and producing a retcon is called "retconning".

    Last edited on Feb 20 2006. Submitted by Bill on Feb 20 2006.

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Rethuglican

noun

  • in the United States, an insulting term for a Republican that behaves and/or governs like a thug. Also known as a "rethug" for short. A portmanteau of "thug" and "Republican".

    Last edited on Jul 17 2013. Submitted by meow2u3 from Pen Argyl, PA 18072, USA on Dec 14 2011.

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retox

  • the opposite process of detoxification i.e. retoxification, retoxing, or to retox.

    Last edited on Jul 29 2004. Submitted by Jeffrey D. from San Francisco, CA, USA on Jul 29 2004.

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rets

  • Ready (to go, to leave). In my experience, it's only used when referring to leaving. "I'm rets" has never really been used.
    Ok, I'm rets to go! Are you rets to go?

    Last edited on Nov 24 1999. Submitted by Alexis from Georgia, USA on Nov 24 1999.

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