Definition of bootleg
- anything cheap, second-rate, or cheesy, regardless of whether its stolen or copied, especially by teenagers.
Person A: He got those shoes at Payless.
Person B: Yeah, that's bootleg.
Last edited on Nov 07 1999. Submitted by E.W. P.
on Nov 07 1999.
That is so boot leg.
Last edited on May 29 2002. Submitted by Anonymous
on May 29 2002.
She is so bootleg!
Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Maddie
on Oct 20 2002.
Man, this movie is bootleg.
Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by KJ from Indianapolis, IN, USA
on Feb 23 1999.
- When something is old and ratty and "used" looking.
Her car was so bootleg, I felt like I was going to fall out of it!
Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Bethany B. from Rochester, NY, USA
on Dec 10 2004.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: Who this be - Wondering who someone is. Sometimes when irritated.|
|Definitions include: British Military slang for a knife, fork and spoon.|
|Definitions include: to welcome.|
|Definitions include: shortened from "child molester" this word describes those older creepy men that somehow think it's ok to hit on younger women.|
|Definitions include: "Bad lad;" What you're called when you're skelped.|
|Definitions include: Any person whose nationality is Canadian.|
|Definitions include: A party with lots of available, good looking females.|
|Definitions include: "ridiculous".|
|Definitions include: To talk about someone in a negative fashion for laughs.|
|Definitions include: accidental act of urination or defecation.|
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