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Definition of a diff

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Other terms relating to 'abbreviations (list of)':

Definitions include: something pretty.
Definitions include: huge.
Definitions include: See fam.
Definitions include: skanky ho.
Definitions include: as a question, to enquire whether someone is present.
Definitions include: "computer."
Definitions include: cell phone.
Definitions include: see about it.
Definitions include: "without."
Definitions include: "extended" family, sometimes including close friends.
Definitions include: "you".
Definitions include: "crystal clear", i.e. easy to understand.
Definitions include: it means you're cheap, short form for "economy."
Definitions include: "second."
Definitions include: to cook something in the microwave.

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Other terms relating to 'difference':

Definitions include: "same difference", as in: "There is no difference between those."
Definitions include: same thing; makes no difference.
Definitions include: to make a compromise which is fair to both parties.

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