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Definition of brain dump

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: to do an internet search on someone or something.
Definitions include: acronym for "you're welcome".
Definitions include: person who engages in computer security breaching through use of widely available prepackaged exploiting utilities, for recreational purposes and without significant low-level knowledge of computer security.
Definitions include: acronym for "because".
Definitions include: acronym for "I love you."
Definitions include: acronym for "just shaking my head".
Definitions include: in a computer system, to be stuck performing some activity repeatedly but not making progress.
Definitions include: Used frequently in online gaming.
Definitions include: a person who over-designs technical solutions, especially related to programming.
Definitions include: "thanks".
Definitions include: acronym for "oh my God, what the fuck, barbecue."
Definitions include: acronym for "off-topic".
Definitions include: acronym for "oh my fucking god."
Definitions include: "free to play".
Definitions include: unwanted optical media (e.g. CDs) received as junk mail.

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Other terms relating to 'brain':

Definitions include: to beat severely.
Definitions include: an unintelligent person.
Definitions include: unintelligent.
Definitions include: to kill via a gunshot to the head.
Definitions include: to hit someone in the head quite hard.
Definitions include: a protective helmet, often used by skaters.
Definitions include: n. a condition when one's mind is elsewhere and something is forgotten or done incorrectly because of it.
Definitions include: n. a condition when one's mind is elsewhere and something is forgotten or done incorrectly because of it.
Definitions include: unintelligent.
Definitions include: unintelligent, unwise, inefficient, etc.
Definitions include: the departure of intelligent people from a company, organization, country, etc.
Definitions include: noun, to be hit upside the head when not thinking clearly, to "knock the dust off your brain."
Definitions include: a condition when one's mind is elsewhere and something is forgotten or done incorrectly because of it.
Definitions include: a temporary headache caused by consuming something very cold.
Definitions include: to over-think something, well beyond what is needed; to consider and reconsider and reconsider again often leading to an inability to make a decision.

Other terms relating to 'dump':

Definitions include: depressed.
Definitions include: to end an intimate relationship with someone.
Definitions include: Low, slammed.
Definitions include: to criticize.
Definitions include: Taking a poop.
Definitions include: nice buttocks.
Definitions include: a polite way to say "dumb fuck".
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: feeling sad or depressed.
Definitions include: Having sex and not sticking around or calling.
Definitions include: to defecate; "poop".

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