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Definition of a MTB

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

Definitions include: acronym for "booty call"; hookup.
Definitions include: shortened, phonetic version of "are".
Definitions include: acronym for "I miss you so much."
Definitions include: a male talented in attracting females.
Definitions include: acronym for "Question(s) and Answer(s)".
Definitions include: acronym for "be back later".
Definitions include: acronym for "my life is great".
Definitions include: acronym for "not applicable."
Definitions include: acronym for "not invented here".
Definitions include: acronym for "big black dick".
Definitions include: acronym for "if you hadn't noticed" or "if you haven't noticed".
Definitions include: "bridge and tunnel".
Definitions include: acronym for "non-committal make out" or - far more rarely - "non-committed make out".
Definitions include: acronym for "pointy-haired boss".
Definitions include: acronym for "in real life".

Other terms relating to 'car, motorcycle, or other vehicle':

Definitions include: the Volkswagen Type 2 camper van.
Definitions include: a Mercedes-Benz brand automobile.
Definitions include: a Chevrolet automobile.
Definitions include: a large car.
Definitions include: a Lamborghini motor vehicle.
Definitions include: "vehicle".
Definitions include: a vehicle in poor condition; "hooptie".
Definitions include: a police officer.
Definitions include: a needle used to inject drugs.
Definitions include: a large truck; "18-wheeler".
Definitions include: inadequate or displeasing.
Definitions include: a misspelling of "tarck bike" which itself is an intentional misspelling of "track bike".
Definitions include: an automobile.
Definitions include: a car in the style of those stereotypically driven by pimps.
Definitions include: unattractive or undesirable.

Other terms relating to 'sports (related to)':

Definitions include: see home run.
Definitions include: head or haircut.
Definitions include: a simple minded person, never cognizant of the world around them; MORON.
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: in "professional wrestling," a wrestler who intentionally loses to improve the image of the winner.
Definitions include: to kiss, make out.
Definitions include: to body check as in sports (hockey, American football, rugby, etc.)
Definitions include: football (soccer.)
Definitions include: a person who balls.
Definitions include: basketball.
Definitions include: to hit.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: basketball.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'bike':

Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: a motorcycle rider.
Definitions include: a female who rides motorcycles ("bikes").
Definitions include: general exclamation.
Definitions include: acronym for "rich upscale biker".
Definitions include: a misspelling of "tarck bike" which itself is an intentional misspelling of "track bike".

Other terms relating to 'mountain':

Definitions include: penis.

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