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Definition of beyatch

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Definitions include: a subculture of fans.
Definitions include: "Abominable Snowman."
Definitions include: Someone who tells another what to do.
Definitions include: to pawn.
Definitions include: We will have to work out how much we owe each other, won't we? Thull 'e tu be (There will have to be) a recknin (a calculation or discussion) not it? (won't there?) This is in Nottinghamshire dialect and 'not it' is used for isn't it, don't we, aren't they, do you agree, wasn't it, weren't they, didn't he / she /it, won't you, won't they
Definitions include: Lots of or in great amount. May refer to boobs or large leathery balls, etc.
Definitions include: a person who comments on or corrects the idiom usage mistakes of others.
Definitions include: large buttocks.
Definitions include: also a diminutive form of aggro.
Definitions include: an extreme amount.

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