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B

brick

adjective

  • very cold. Usually only used to describe the temperature of a place, e.g. the weather or indoors in a particular location.
    It's brick outside today.
    • See more words with the same meaning: cold.

    Last edited on Mar 23 1999. Submitted by Meeka B. from Harlem, NY, USA on Mar 23 1999.

noun

  • an unintelligent person. Derived from "dumb as a brick."
    That kid is such a brick!

    Last edited on May 15 2002. Submitted by tim g. from Duluth, MN, USA on May 15 2002.

  • a basketball shot in which the ball bounces off the backboard and/or hits the rim, but does not go though the net.
    He keeps on hitting bricks.
    Brick!

    Last edited on Jan 27 2003. Submitted by Fox from Queens, NY, USA on Jan 27 2003.

  • a large quantity of drugs packaged in a brick shape, especially cocaine.
    I'm gonna buy some bricks tonight.
    • See more words with the same meaning: cocaine.
    • See more words with the same meaning: drugs.

    Last edited on Aug 04 2013. Submitted by Terry S. from Long Island City, NY, USA on Mar 08 2003.

  • an external power transformer that provides power from a wall socket to a laptop, wireless router, projector, etc.

    Last edited on Nov 04 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

  • a piece of electronic equipment that has been rendered inoperable. This usually happens when trying to update the firmware or BIOS of the device, when "jail-breaking", installing new cell-phone ROMs, etc.
    I tried to run some program I got off the web to turn my phone into a wireless hotspot. Now it's a brick.
    • See more words with the same meaning: broken.
    • See more words with the same meaning: computer slang.

    Last edited on Nov 04 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

  • a large cellphone.

    Last edited on Sep 21 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 21 2009.

  • a reliable person. British slang.
    You can always rely on Joe - he's such a brick.

    Last edited on Aug 04 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 04 2013.

verb - ambitransitive

  • To bail, ditch, let down, not show up or do something as promised/agreed to.
    Yeah, Annie planned the whole thing, but now she's bricking.
    Yo, looks like he's gonna brick on the party, but the rest of us are coming.
    Yeah, she planned the whole thing, but then she just bricked.

    Last edited on Jun 03 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 23 2012.

verb - transitive

  • to hit with bricks.
    James's car got bricked last night.

    Last edited on Aug 04 2013. Submitted by Key on Mar 21 2006.

  • to render a (usually portable) electronic device unusable - i.e. as useful as a brick.
    I bricked my iPhone trying to jailbreak it.

    Last edited on Aug 04 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 03 2009.

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copasetic

  • cool.
    I want everything to be copastic between us.

    Last edited on May 13 2013. Submitted by Saahara on Dec 21 2006.

adjective

  • good.
                                                      

                                                                         

    Citation from "Steve Guttenberg's Birthday", Party Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 5 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Dec 25 2010. Submitted by David from San Diego, CA, USA on Mar 23 1999.

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dialed

  • extreme approval, great, awesome, fine or meaning to be perfect, precise or better. Originated in the SoCal area.
    That girl is dialed.
    That's dialed.

    Last edited on Mar 05 2013. Submitted by David from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Mar 23 1999.

  • To be prepared, set-up, ready. The state of having dialed-up something.
    Person A: Do you need to pick up some beer before we go?

    Person B: I'm dialed.
    That dude is fully dialed!

    Last edited on Mar 05 2013. Submitted by Jesse from Whitehorse, YT, Canada on Oct 18 2001.

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face like a workman's bench

  • British. Used to describe a particularly ugly female.
    She's got a face like a workman's bench.

    Last edited on Mar 23 1999. Submitted by Harry N. from Lsu, Baton Rouge, LA 70820, USA on Mar 23 1999.

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hooka

  • a form of address or reference for a friend. Not to be confused with "hooker".
    Wassup, hooka?
    This is my hooka.

    Last edited on Feb 18 2013. Submitted by Meeka B. from Harlem, NY, USA on Mar 23 1999.

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slung

  • Pitifull, Ridiculous, sorry ass dude.
    You ain't no playa you slung ass cat.

    Last edited on Mar 23 1999. Submitted by Benjamin M. from St Louis, MO, USA on Mar 23 1999.

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tag

  • Wow!
    Tag, yo, that shit is tha bomb!

    Last edited on Mar 23 1999. Submitted by David C. from Yakima, WA, USA on Mar 23 1999.

  • to steal a girls virginity. Usually in reference to a guy who does this for a pastime.
    Joe tagged Sally at the party to welcome her to high school.
    Bobby's got tags on the whole cheer-leading squad.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Claire from CA, USA on Oct 26 2001.

expression

  • An acronym meaning "that's all good".

    For example:

    John: Are you going to see your mum tomorrow? Jane: Yes. John: That's all good.

    Last edited on May 08 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on May 08 2015.

verb - transitive

  • to vandalize with graffiti.
    I just tagged a street sign.

    Last edited on Mar 11 2011. Submitted by aaron r. from Vermont, USA on Oct 28 1999.

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TMI

interjection

  • acronym for "too much information".
    Person A: I need to take a dump.

    Person B: TMI. I did not want to know that!
    When he told me about his hangover-related chunk-blowing, I said that was a little TMI.

    Last edited on Mar 01 2013. Submitted by Mark K. from Santa Ana, CA, USA on Mar 23 1999.

  • used when you don't want to give a person details about something.
    Person A: How'd your date go last night?

    Person B: TMI.
    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Mar 01 2013. Submitted by T-dogg from Harrisburg, PA, USA on Mar 06 2003.

notes

  • Used when someone says something that's a little bit too personal for the current circumstance; when someone tells you something you didn't need to know and especially would rather have not known; etc.

    Last edited on Mar 01 2013. Submitted by Mark K. from Santa Ana, CA, USA on Mar 23 1999.

  • See also "WTMI" - "way too much information" - used when shared information is particularly disgusting.

    Last edited on Mar 01 2013. Submitted by Ryan H. on Dec 01 2006.

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