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Definition of bouncer

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Other terms relating to 'professions (list of)':

Definitions include: a female manager of prostitutes.
Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: a drug dealer.
Definitions include: a prostitute that gets paid in cocaine.
Definitions include: The police. Origin: 1980 Mel Gibson film Mad Max
Definitions include: an alcoholic beverage consumed "on the road" (i.e. in a vehicle.)
Definitions include: a person on the crew of a pornographic film whose job is to make the leading male erect, when required.
Definitions include: a place where prostitutes congregate to meet customers.
Definitions include: a prostitute.
Definitions include: to sell drugs.
Definitions include: a police officer.
Definitions include: to sell illegal drugs.
Definitions include: a police officer.
Definitions include: the "tortured artist" half of a pair of people.
Definitions include: a prostitute.

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Other terms relating to 'bounce':

Definitions include: to bounce, i.e. to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to recover from a setback or bad situation.
Definitions include: to suggest ideas to another person to get feedback.
Definitions include: to leave.

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