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Definition of a half-pint

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Other terms relating to 'half':

Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.
Definitions include: to be okay or good.
Definitions include: one's significant other.
Definitions include: A very small unit of measurement.
Definitions include: terrible, lousy, respect-less, lazy.
Definitions include: Shoddy or poor workmanship.
Definitions include: See be half bad.
Definitions include: not sufficiently thought out.
Definitions include: to raise one buttock and to then flatuate.
Definitions include: $500
Definitions include: lacking enthusiasm.
Definitions include: drunk.
Definitions include: a 12-pack of beer.
Definitions include: To act like you want to engage in a fight, but then back down once the other person fights back.
Definitions include: in Australia the word half-wit is used to describe someone who is a twit or an idiot!

Other terms relating to 'pint':

Definitions include: A fiery little person or being.
Definitions include: small.

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