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Definition of beermat

beermat

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Other terms relating to 'broken':

Definitions include: to destroy.
Definitions include: stiff, sore.
Definitions include: under the influence of drugs, often LSD ("acid").
Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: out of sorts, broken, or functioning poorly or improperly; "messed up".
Definitions include: high-grade marijuana.
Definitions include: all screwed up.
Definitions include: extremely muscular.
Definitions include: extremely ugly.
Definitions include: to kill or destroy.
Definitions include: in an update or sequel to a video game, to make a weapon weak or weaker, such that it's like a Nerf gun.
Definitions include: out of alignment; CROOKED.
Definitions include: to destroy.
Definitions include: a bug that makes hardware or software unusable.
Definitions include: to die.

Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: acronym for "you have been trolled", i.e. you have fallen victim to an internet troll.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: acronym for "right now".
Definitions include: acronym for "Be right back", as in, "I will return soon."
Definitions include: shareware that uses guilt to encourage users to pay the "registration" cost.
Definitions include: of the title to an article or webpage, vague enough so that one has to click the title to learn what the destination is actually about.
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: See tl;dr.
Definitions include: the internal portions of some system.
Definitions include: as bad as possible.
Definitions include: the totality of all blogs.
Definitions include: "please".
Definitions include: a type of shareware that interrupts use of the software to display a message asking the user to "register" the software (i.e. pay for it.)
Definitions include: acronym for "you're welcome".
Definitions include: acronym for "in this thread".

Other terms relating to 'junk, garbage, trash, useless items':

Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: junk or salvage yards
Definitions include: software that was purchased or written, but never used.
Definitions include: to throw away, i.e. put into a trash bin.
Definitions include: low-quality software.
Definitions include: tattoo.

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Definitions include: Chelsea is the name given to female traditional skinheads.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: available to anyone.
Definitions include: currently non-functioning.
Definitions include: a girl that a guy thinks very highly of and cares about.
Definitions include: sexual contact.
Definitions include: when someone "loans" their car to another in exchange for crack-cocaine.
Definitions include: to face a daunting task, as a brave cowboy would.
Definitions include: vagina.

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