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Definition of a Brd

Brd

noun

  • Short for Brad or Bradley.
    'What's up Brd?!'

    Last edited on Dec 01 2015. Submitted by B.M.C on Dec 01 2015.

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Definitions include: a person who is offensive, pompous, rude, unkind, impolite, etc.; "jerk".
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Definitions include: to have a great time, or to keep having a great time after something happens.
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Definitions include: to suffer the consequences of verbalizing something that was incorrect.
Definitions include: somewhere in the middle of nowhere
Definitions include: a person who watches sports and believes one could do a better job than the players or coaches.

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