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trud

noun - uncountable

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true

  • agreement, from hip hop culture.
    True dat.

    Last edited on Oct 18 2010. Submitted by Don C. from Queens, NY, USA on Oct 11 1997.

  • To affirm or agree with something.
    "I want to get something to eat."--"True."

    Last edited on Nov 07 2001. Submitted by Kaitlin from Princeton, NJ, USA on Nov 07 2001.

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true do

interjection

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true that

interjection

  • "That is true."
    Person A: Having a million dollars would be cool to have right now.

    Person B: True that.
    Person A: The movie was awsum.

    Person B: True that.

    Last edited on May 01 2013. Submitted by Josh K. from Auburn, WA 98001, USA on Jul 28 1998.

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true to the game

  • to do the right things in life.
    Stay true to the game.

    Last edited on Jun 28 2011. Submitted by Stella D. from South Augusta, GA, USA on Jul 07 1998.

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truly fucked

adjective

  • truly fucked.
    You don't know how utterly, truly fucked this is, do you?

    Last edited on Mar 26 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 26 2015.

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trump

verb

  • to flatulate; "break wind".
    I am going to trump in here.
    Who trumped?

    Last edited on Feb 07 2017. Submitted by Sssurri on Jan 23 2016.

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Trumpaclaat

expression

  • When somebody makes a statement so bigoted, so preposterous and contradictory to stances they have previously taken that we know even they do not actually believe their words (and in fact are saying these things not out of any conviction but to secure some pecuniary advantage); we may fairly describe such utterances as "trumpaclaat".

    Further to its usage: "Man, you're talking out of your trumpaclaat."

    Last edited on Nov 10 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 10 2016.

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