Definition of banhammer
- a metaphorical hammer that is wielded by operators or moderators when banning one or more users from an online community. Also "ban hammer".
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- See more words with the same meaning: computer slang.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'computer slang':
|Definitions include: "application."|
|Definitions include: a chronologically-ordered collection of articles, posted to the world-wide web, about any topic.|
|Definitions include: superfluous source code that has yet to be removed.|
|Definitions include: to vomit|
|Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.|
|Definitions include: to smoke marijuana.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "ta-ta for now" (i.e. "goodbye for now.") Used mainly in computer-based conversation (instant messaging, email, text messaging, etc.)|
|Definitions include: to surf the World Wide Web looking for references to one's name, via search engines.|
|Definitions include: the World Wide Web.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "problem exists between keyboard and chair".|
|Definitions include: "to be honest".|
|Definitions include: a friend, usually white.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "Google that shit".|
|Definitions include: "screenshot".|
|Definitions include: acronym for "in my experience".|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'hammer':
|Definitions include: a penis.|
|Definitions include: extremely unintelligent.|
|Definitions include: to interrogate.|
|Definitions include: to be very ugly.|
|Definitions include: an inbred person.|
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