Definition of a binder
- a rubber band.
My pony tail needs a binder.
Last edited on Jul 04 2014. Submitted by David K.
on Oct 01 2003.
- Rubber Band
The newspaper was rolled up then secured with a binder before tossing it on the poarch.
Last edited on Mar 24 2009. Submitted by Anonymous from Saint Paul, MN, USA
on Mar 24 2009.
- a period of multiple days in a row during which a person is under the influence of methamphetamine, without sleeping.
She needs to eat a cracker and take a nap - she's been on a four day binder.(ed. It's more likely that this is a misspelling/mispronunciation of bender.)
Last edited on Jul 04 2014. Submitted by SilenT from CA, USA
on Aug 08 2009.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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|Definitions include: an exclamation of disgust.|
|Definitions include: When a female teenager shows up to school not wearing underwear.|
|Definitions include: under the influence of marijuana; "high"; "stoned".|
|Definitions include: transitive verb.|
|Definitions include: This is a comical way of telling someone that something is very ugly to you. |
|Definitions include: a very large penis.|
|Definitions include: not squared away - all rounded.|
|Definitions include: "macaroni" and cheese.|
|Definitions include: "Secretary of the Navy"|
|Definitions include: to miss an opportunity.|
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