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Definition of 5000

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Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.
Definitions include: leaving.
Definitions include: "goodbye"; "see you later".
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: see outie.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: I'm leaving/going.
Definitions include: leave/to walk
Definitions include: to leave, to do something.
Definitions include: to leave; go away.

Other terms relating to 'vehicles (related to)':

Definitions include: on an automobile, a door whose hinge is towards the rear of the car, rather than the front of the car.
Definitions include: feces stains on underwear.
Definitions include: see outie.
Definitions include: the seat behind the passenger seat in a vehicle.
Definitions include: a person who lives in a rural area.
Definitions include: an unintelligent person; "dimwit".
Definitions include: superficial injuries (i.e. scrapes and scratches) caused by sliding along a road.
Definitions include: to sit in the passenger seat of a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: any automobile.
Definitions include: a parking spot very close to one's destination.
Definitions include: lighting underneath the body of a car, which shines on the ground.
Definitions include: the "pink slip" of a vehicle.
Definitions include: An acronym has been invented for the term, but long after the term entered use: "Beautiful Intellectuals That Cause Hard-ons."
Definitions include: to accelerate quickly in an automobile, such that the tires don't get traction with the ground and spin freely.
Definitions include: a $20 bag of marijuana.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'five':

Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: in jail
Definitions include: a "Long Island Ice Tea" (also called a "Long Island Iced Tea") which is a strong alcoholic mixed drink.
Definitions include: See five by five.
Definitions include: See nine to five.
Definitions include: to leave or exit quickly.
Definitions include: a punch.
Definitions include: leaving.
Definitions include: fine, good, okay.
Definitions include: a fancy word.
Definitions include: stolen, lifted, heisted, boosted, shoplifted.
Definitions include: a pretend occurrence during which stealing is permitted.
Definitions include: hole between a hockey goalie's legs.
Definitions include: male masturbation.
Definitions include: a system that is available 99.999% of the time.

Other terms relating to 'thousand':

Definitions include: to leave or exit quickly.
Definitions include: to do something perfectly.
Definitions include: to feel good.
Definitions include: to feel good.
Definitions include: "goodbye"; "see you later".
Definitions include: see Audi 5000.
Definitions include: thousands of dollars.

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