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Definition of all-nighter

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

Definitions include: acronym for "work from home" or "working from home".
Definitions include: the "Target" retailer.
Definitions include: conventionally.
Definitions include: the pursuit of money.
Definitions include: "executive."
Definitions include: "very".
Definitions include: acronym for "small office / home office".
Definitions include: to hire a new employee or bring someone onto a team.
Definitions include: workers.
Definitions include: more than ramen profitable.
Definitions include: of a job: having a variety of characteristics that imply that its benefits far outweigh its costs.
Definitions include: speech commonly found in corporations, often filled with buzzwords, jargon, and "verbed" nouns.
Definitions include: fully equipped and ready to go.
Definitions include: to invent ideas and solutions, usually by coming up with as many as possible while not rejecting any out of hand.
Definitions include: to play with a Hacky Sack (footbag.)

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

Definitions include: a student who has completed all parts of advanced education with the exception of completing, presenting, and defending their dissertation.
Definitions include: university.
Definitions include: acronym for "all but dissertation".
Definitions include: shortened form of "full-ride scholarship".
Definitions include: pejorative term for a male in a fraternity, or a male who acts like a male in a fraternity.
Definitions include: See all-nighter.
Definitions include: work (in a professional or educational setting) that is designed to keep a person busy, but to not permit that person to accomplish anything of note.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of "school".
Definitions include: a leg.
Definitions include: a hidden piece of paper with information used to cheat on a test.
Definitions include: to study to excess or to be over-competitive in school-work.
Definitions include: homework.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "trigonometry".
Definitions include: acronym for "big man on campus".
Definitions include: "goes in to".

Other terms relating to 'to accomplish, work hard':

Definitions include: to be so intoxicated from illegal stimulants that one loses complete control over one's body.
Definitions include: the busy, hectic modern urban lifestyle.
Definitions include: to devote significant effort towards.
Definitions include: to play with a Hacky Sack (footbag.)
Definitions include: to increase one's stature in life.
Definitions include: to yell at someone; "blow up".
Definitions include: to work hard.
Definitions include: to relax, usually with other friends; "chill".
Definitions include: to seek "paper" (i.e. money.)
Definitions include: to work hard.
Definitions include: to criticize; "get on (one's) case".
Definitions include: to be at one's peak performance.
Definitions include: to work hard.
Definitions include: a metaphorical position which implies hard work.
Definitions include: to work extremely hard.

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Other terms relating to 'all':

Definitions include: a penis.
Definitions include: acronym for "all but dissertation".
Definitions include: acronym for "all day I dream about sex".
Definitions include: acronym of "all fucked up."
Definitions include: to say.
Definitions include: See be all about.
Definitions include: to talk a lot but never take action.
Definitions include: what was previously expected to happen may not.
Definitions include: the feeling when you defecate huge and your anus is stretched.
Definitions include: a student who has completed all parts of advanced education with the exception of completing, presenting, and defending their dissertation.
Definitions include: communication saying that trouble is no longer present, or that previously delayed plans can continue on their original course.
Definitions include: well dressed, wearing makeup, etc.
Definitions include: clumsy.
Definitions include: in functioning order or at a level of acceptability; "fine".
Definitions include: all good.

Other terms relating to 'night':

Definitions include: Friday and Saturday nights, when a disproportionate number of people are unpleasantly drunk in public.
Definitions include: to go home and/or go to bed.
Definitions include: adjective.
Definitions include: acronym for "girls' night out".
Definitions include: a bachelorette party.
Definitions include: a female prostitute.
Definitions include: completely different.
Definitions include: a police or black helicopter that flies around with spotlight on.
Definitions include: an alcoholic drink before going to bed.
Definitions include: prostitute.
Definitions include: "goodnight."
Definitions include: a person who often stays up late at night, or is more productive at night.
Definitions include: a sexual encounter (which usually but does not always include sexual intercourse) after which one or both parties make no attempt to contact the other person.
Definitions include: See all-nighter.
Definitions include: a general insult.

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