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L

live

  • "cool". From Southern California.
    Dude, turn up the music! This song is live!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Amy H. from Brea, CA 92821, USA on Apr 28 1998.

  • attractive.
    Yo, he's live!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Sarah from Drexel Hill, PA 19026, USA on Aug 14 2002.

  • an event with a lot of people and full of exciting things to do.
    The houseboat trip that I went on this weekend was live.

    Last edited on Oct 15 2002. Submitted by jacob p. from Roseville, CA, USA on Oct 15 2002.

adjective

verb

  • to be doing.
                   

                                                   

    Citation from "The Fight", Parks and Recreation (TV), Season 3 Episode 13 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Aug 12 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 12 2011.

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Manc

noun

  • a person from Manchester, England. Sometimes used in a derogatory fashion.
    You Manc so-and-so!

    Last edited on Aug 17 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 12 2011.

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O

over and out

  • There is a lot of confusion about this out there. 'Over' and 'Out', when used correctly, cannot coherently be used together. 'Over' means that you have finished sending your message and are waiting for the other person to reply to you. You expect a response - the conversation is not concluded. 'Out' however, means that you have finished sending your message and do not require/are not waiting for a response - you no longer wish to talk to that person. Using these together basically means "Message finished, I both am and am not waiting for you to answer me". It gets me every time TV popularises it, as it results in hours of arguments when it comes to people asking this very question. Another version: OVER - the full term is "Changing over and standing by" Not merely releasing the PTT as one does with modern equipment, by manually changing the antenna from the transmitter to the receiver and switching the HT supply over from the transmitter to the receiver, very long winded process. OUT - Sent to say the station was closing down. The heater supply to the valves was turned off so the filaments in the valves went out. As before mentioned, one is never over & out it is complete nonsense, lets leave to the movies & sad TV shows.

    Last edited on Aug 24 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 24 2014.

interjection

  • "goodbye".
                                                                                                                                                                                                  

    Citation from "All the Right Friends", Covert Affairs (TV), Season 2 Episode 4 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Aug 12 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 12 2011.

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T

to hell with

interjection

  • interjection expressing the disregard of.
                                                                                                   

    Citation from "All the Right Friends", Covert Affairs (TV), Season 2 Episode 4 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Aug 12 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 12 2011.

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trick

adjective

adverb

noun

verb

  • To engage in anonymous sex. To have a one-night stand.

    Last edited on Aug 03 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 03 2011.

  • To cheat

    So how are you just gonna trick on that man like that

    Last edited on Aug 12 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Aug 12 2011.

verb - intransitive

  • to joke around; to kid.
    I'm just trickin'.
    Person A: Do you like chocolate?

    Person B: Ew, I hate it! Haha, I'm just trickin'. I like chocolate.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 23 2009.

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Trol

noun

  • the police. From the word "patrol".
    There go trol.
    Through-out Putnam (especially), Duval, Clay, and St. Johns Counties in the State of Florida the word "trol" is used as a code word for police. When drug dealers are either attempting to make a drug sell or shooting dice someone would yell trol if they seen the police coming.

    Last edited on Sep 19 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Apr 17 2010.

  • An informant, a snitch.
    So you gone put that in your pocket with Joey standing right there? You know he trol.
    When you call somebody other then a police officer trol you are calling them the police, which is another way to call somebody a snitch.

    Last edited on Sep 19 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Aug 12 2011.

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