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Definition of biz kit

biz kit


  • a firearm. a kit (i.e. firearm) used to take care of biz (i.e. business, usually dirty).
    Al Capone tried to muscle us out of a distribution deal, but my men and I pulled out our bizkits to show him we were here to stay.

    Last edited on Sep 13 2004. Submitted by Anonymous from Houston, TX, USA on Sep 13 2004.

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Other terms relating to 'biz':

Definitions include: busy.
Definitions include: "bank".

Other terms relating to 'kit':

Definitions include: to disrobe.
Definitions include: the clothes a person is wearing; "outfit".
Definitions include: the entirety.

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