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Definition of chao

chao

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Definitions include: variant of bounce, i.e. to leave.
Definitions include: to fart.
Definitions include: a nasty female; "hood rat".
Definitions include: may be a term confused with dewjigger.
Definitions include: The act of two people rubbing pelvic regions together while wearing pants (i.e. jeans) in order to orgasm, similar to dry-humping.
Definitions include: n. Slime-ball. Troll. Indigent or homeless. A Loser. Person that never has a real job or a needs to get a life.
Definitions include: an expression of extreme agreement. more commonly used by itself in agreement with another party. The "Rights" is emphasized
Definitions include: old person
Definitions include: a very fine woman; a woman with very nice buttocks; very nice buttocks.
Definitions include: to have taken Ecstasy (MDMA) and be physically at the peak of the drug's effect.

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