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Definition of beermat

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Other terms relating to 'broken':

Definitions include: broken; messed up; "fucked".
Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: damaged, jammed, or out of alignment.
Definitions include: disturbing.
Definitions include: to wreck a vehicle such that repairs would cost more than the value of the (unwrecked) vehicle.
Definitions include: to mess up.
Definitions include: damaged or poorly prepared.
Definitions include: broken; messed up; "fucked up".
Definitions include: to use one or more kludges (as described in the noun sense) to solve a problem.
Definitions include: extremely tired.
Definitions include: to stop working.
Definitions include: to ruin writable optical media via a write ("burn") attempt which fails.
Definitions include: Messed up, broken, crazy.
Definitions include: under the influence of drugs, often LSD ("acid").
Definitions include: To reject or refuse, often in an abrupt or forceful manner.

Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: acronym for "if I understand correctly".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing".
Definitions include: "technology".
Definitions include: to add something to the beginning; "prefix".
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "thanks".
Definitions include: the level to which something is bogus.
Definitions include: the internal portions of some system.
Definitions include: to cause a software or hardware bug to become evident.
Definitions include: From the carnival / arcade game that involves hitting mechanical moles with a mallet as they pop up from their holes.
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: acronym for "holy fucking shit".
Definitions include: acronym for "I am a lawyer".
Definitions include: acronym for "upload".
Definitions include: to send a short message to someone or call them briefly, often to enquire about their availability.
Definitions include: acronym for "way TMI", i.e. "way too much information".

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: any location inconveniently far away; "the middle of nowhere".
Definitions include: To fight or do anything with great intensity.
Definitions include: quickly.
Definitions include: to include him/her self into another groups activity or conversation when not welcomed
Definitions include: a head.
Definitions include: see the fuck.
Definitions include: promiscuous.
Definitions include: to annoy.
Definitions include: in reference to a mouth.
Definitions include: an affair.

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