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chiba

  • hemp, marijuana. Also cheeba. Term is used when anonymity of subject is desired.
    Man let's smoke some chiba.

    Last edited on Mar 25 2013. Submitted by jed s. from Houston, TX, USA on May 03 1999.

  • Marijuana.
    Man, he smokes a lot of chunky chibas.
    • See more words with the same meaning: marijuana.

    Last edited on Dec 14 1999. Submitted by Matt S. from Roanoke, VA, USA on Dec 14 1999.

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krunk

  • to get started, to crank up.
    That party was krunk as hell.

    Last edited on Dec 14 1999. Submitted by sabah from Atlanta, GA, USA on Dec 14 1999.

  • to be extremely drunk.
    Let's get KRUNK!

    Last edited on Feb 09 2000. Submitted by Cheri and Ryan from Gainesville, FL, USA on Feb 09 2000.

  • to get live, hyper.
    I'm 'bout to get krunked tonight.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 04 2001.

  • fun, or wild.
    That party last night was krunk.
    Y'alls is too krunk for me.
    That party last night was krunk.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 12 2002.

  • It means off the hook, really awesome, straight up cool. Better if used in a sentence like, "man, we straight krunk up there"
    Man, we straight krunk.

    Last edited on Aug 18 2002. Submitted by Jonathan M. from Bartlesville, OK 74006, USA on Aug 18 2002.

  • To get hyped up or stoked.
    Get Krunk!

    Last edited on Oct 24 2002. Submitted by Carlos from Fortson, GA, USA on Oct 24 2002.

  • derived from 'drunk', to exist in a state of inebriation.
    We all got KRUNK last weekend.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2002. Submitted by Lara from Chicago, IL, USA on Oct 25 2002.

  • 1) Approach in a negative way 2) Hype, fun.
    1) That boy was tryin' to get krunk wit us like he know us. 2) That party was krunk.

    Last edited on Nov 25 2002. Submitted by Tekia from Atlanta, GA, USA on Nov 25 2002.

  • cool or good.
    Man that party was krunk.

    Last edited on Jan 11 2003. Submitted by josh from Houston, TX, USA on Jan 11 2003.

  • excellent, enjoyable, or the best. used particularly in the South and amongst military personnel. Often the word yo follows, as in example.
    That party was krunk, yo.
    This movie is krunk.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Nicholas R. from Lower Burrell, PA, USA on Feb 27 2003.

  • overly excited, when something is the best it can get, nothing better
    She had a krunk'en time with her friends.
    When he saw her he was krunked out!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 25 2003.

  • being extremely laded(drunk)

    Last edited on Jan 14 2007. Submitted by Brittni C. from British Columbia, Canada on Jan 14 2007.

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no worries

  • "not a problem", or the French equivalent "ce n'est pas grave." Originally heard it in New Zealand, also in California.
    We could do it tomorrow... no worries.

    Last edited on Apr 29 2013. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • don't worry about it, no problem, it's all good.
    Person A: Sorry dude, didn't mean to be late.

    Person B: It's cool, no worries.
    No worries, bro. I got it all under control.

    Last edited on Apr 10 2013. Submitted by jared from CA, USA on Dec 14 1999.

  • no big deal, don't worry about it.
    Person A: Hey man, I am so sorry I couldn't make it last night.

    Person B: No worries, It turned out to be a pretty flat party.

    Last edited on Sep 12 2003. Submitted by Lauren O. from Milwaukee, WI, USA on Sep 12 2003.

  • no problem.
    No worries mate.

    Last edited on Sep 22 2005. Submitted by Sandesh K. from Melbourne VIC, Australia on Sep 22 2005.

  • Unlike "no problem" which means "It's not a problem", "no worries" could mean many things so it is mostly a meaningless phrase by itself. Context is critical. It could mean "I'm not worried" if someone says "sorry you're going to the proctologist", or "don't worry because I've decided to not make a big deal of it" in response to "sorry I was late".
    Context 1: Person A: Sorry you're going to the proctologist. Person B: No worries [meaning I'm not worried he'll find anything]

    Context 2: Person A: Sorry I was late. Person B: No worries ["don't worry... I'm not going to fire you over it."]

    Last edited on Jun 15 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 15 2015.

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right quick

adverb

  • quickly.
    I will go and do that for you right quick.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

    Citation from "Camp Refoogee", American Dad! (TV), Season 2 Episode 1 (2006) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2013. Submitted by Michelle from Alabama, USA on Dec 14 1999.

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shit ball

interjection

  • exclamation of surprise or surprised anger.
    Oh shit ball! I'm going to be late!

    Last edited on Dec 30 2015. Submitted by Breanna on Dec 14 1999.

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verve

  • "umph."
    The shooting star had verve to it.

    Last edited on Dec 14 1999. Submitted by jackson from FL, USA on Dec 14 1999.

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