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Browsing page 14 of new words for October 1, 2001

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sweat

  • Depending on where you're from, the term 'sweat' is a bad insult. Foe example, in Liverpool, it means a person is promiscuous. "She's/He's a sweat."

    Last edited on Mar 26 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 26 2014.

verb - ambitransitive

  • to worry. Also sweat it.
    Don't sweat, I'll take care of it.
                                                                                                                                                   

                                                            

                                                                        

    Citation from "Identity", Wilfred (US TV), Season 1 Episode 13 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to worry.

    Last edited on Oct 26 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2001.

verb - transitive

  • to be very attracted to someone, so much so that one nearly sweats when one sees the object of their affection.
    Man, she sweats him hard!
    He sweats me.

    Last edited on Nov 12 2013. Submitted by Ashley Olsen from Florida, USA on Feb 15 1998.

  • to like very much.
    I know you all sweat my new shoes.

    Last edited on Oct 26 2011. Submitted by Sheryl C. from DE, USA on Mar 16 1998.

  • to be very attracted to someone and pester them.
    Stop sweatin' me young 'n'.

    Last edited on Nov 12 2013. Submitted by Walker R. from Silver Spring, MD, USA on Jan 10 2005.

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take a bone

verb

  • to get something to eat. Notes: believed to have originated in California.
    Call me and we'll go take a bone.

    Last edited on Feb 12 2013. Submitted by Carl Popolo from Boston, MA, USA on Oct 01 2001.

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take off

  • to begin.
    Take off, I ain't got all day!

    Last edited on Jul 11 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Jul 10 2011.

  • to engage in a fight by throwing the first punch.
    Dawg, I'ma take off on your homeboy if he don't get my money.

    Last edited on Jul 11 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Jul 10 2011.

verb - intransitive

  • to leave.
    Let's take off.
                                                                                      

    Citation from "Missing Person", Terriers (TV), Season 1 Episode 7 (2010) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
                                                                                                                                                       

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    Citation from "Son of Stan", American Dad (TV), Season 6 Episode 2 (2010) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on May 02 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2001.

  • to become successful.
    The business is starting to take off.
    • See more words with the same meaning: successful.

    Last edited on Jul 23 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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