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Definition of aks

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Other terms relating to 'to say, speak, talk':

Definitions include: to chat.
Definitions include: to fuss or whine at length.
Definitions include: previously texted.
Definitions include: to talk to.
Definitions include: to chat.
Definitions include: to talk at length.
Definitions include: a person who talks excessively.
Definitions include: incessant, idle talk.
Definitions include: to speak rather than resort to violence.
Definitions include: to jokingly deceive.
Definitions include: "conversation".
Definitions include: to say, in reported speech or conversation.
Definitions include: to converse.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: a person who talks a lot.

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Other terms relating to 'ask':

Definitions include: "ask me anything".
Definitions include: a request.
Definitions include: "Ask any questions that you'd like."
Definitions include: a response to a question indicating that the asker doesn't want to know the answer.
Definitions include: acronym for "frequently asked question(s)".
Definitions include: acronym of "fuck I'm good just ask me".
Definitions include: To make a scene such as to negate any subsequent invitations to return.

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