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Definition of BD

BD

  • Beer Distributer. the term used to describe a person who will sell alcoholic beverages to minors. To be used in front adults or others who might disapprove.
    We gotta go to the BD.

    Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Craig B. from New York, NY, USA on Nov 17 1998.

  • B.D. short for baby's daddy.

    Last edited on Jul 16 2013. Submitted by Kita E from Dallas, TX, USA on Jan 24 2002.

  • B.M. - baby's mamma
    That was my B.M. that called.

    Last edited on Jan 24 2002. Submitted by Kita E from Dallas, TX, USA on Jan 24 2002.

  • baby daddy

    Last edited on Jul 02 2002. Submitted by Sandy M. on Jul 02 2002.

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Other terms relating to 'beer':

Definitions include: a little crazy
Definitions include: to give beer to.
Definitions include: Whereas skittles refers to the British word for bowling the saying "beer and skittles" is meant to exemplify a state of general delight with prevailing conditions.
Definitions include: a large stomach caused by drinking lots of beer.
Definitions include: bisexual only when under the influence of alcohol.
Definitions include: a fart caused by the consumption of beer.
Definitions include: a metaphorical set of glasses ("goggles") that one wears after drinking enough alcohol that one's definition of "attractive" declines substantially.
Definitions include: a fat stomach.
Definitions include: a sleeve that fits around a can of beer (or other canned beverage) to insulate it.
Definitions include: the time at which people start drinking alcohol.
Definitions include: shoplifting beer by grab and run tactics.
Definitions include: foul-smelling loose stools experienced the day after heavy drinking.
Definitions include: Time to head to the bar.
Definitions include: acronym for "bring your own beer", "bring your own bottle", or "bring your own booze".
Definitions include: light beer.

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