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Definition of a beermat

beermat

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Other terms relating to 'broken':

Definitions include: to destroy.
Definitions include: stiff, sore.
Definitions include: under the influence of drugs, often LSD ("acid").
Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: out of sorts, broken, or functioning poorly or improperly; "messed up".
Definitions include: high-grade marijuana.
Definitions include: all screwed up.
Definitions include: extremely muscular.
Definitions include: extremely ugly.
Definitions include: to kill or destroy.
Definitions include: in an update or sequel to a video game, to make a weapon weak or weaker, such that it's like a Nerf gun.
Definitions include: out of alignment; "crooked".
Definitions include: to destroy.
Definitions include: a bug that makes hardware or software unusable.
Definitions include: to die.

Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: a worthless small program.
Definitions include: to advertise using spam and "spammy" techniques.
Definitions include: in a computer system, to be stuck performing some activity repeatedly but not making progress.
Definitions include: in a discussion forum, an acrimonious dispute.
Definitions include: acronym for "kiss my teeth".
Definitions include: a hypothetical affliction that causes programs to run more poorly over time.
Definitions include: an icon, pictorial, or 3D representation of a person online.
Definitions include: "laptop".
Definitions include: to skip a pre-arranged meeting, especially a date.
Definitions include: acronym for "cannot be unseen".
Definitions include: acronym for "thanks in advance".
Definitions include: "thanks".
Definitions include: any email that is unpleasant in tone or content.
Definitions include: a post to a discussion forum that is intended to incite flames.
Definitions include: a person who over-designs technical solutions, especially related to programming.

Other terms relating to 'junk, garbage, trash, useless items':

Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: junk or salvage yards
Definitions include: software that was purchased or written, but never used.
Definitions include: to throw away, i.e. put into a trash bin.
Definitions include: low-quality software.
Definitions include: tattoo.

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Definitions include: one's place of residence.
Definitions include: eager to.
Definitions include: a funky person.
Definitions include: To participate in a time of leisure with one's peers.
Definitions include: to start drinking alcohol again in the morning to avoid feeling hung-over.
Definitions include: to talk incessantly.
Definitions include: good-bye.
Definitions include: to avoid discussing a subject.
Definitions include: to deal with something displeasing.
Definitions include: Highly upset over a situation.

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