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Definition of chap (one's) hide

chap (one's) hide


  • to displease or irritate.
    Man that dude really chaps my hide.

    Last edited on Jan 12 2011. Submitted by Grant F. from Calgary, AB, Canada on Dec 22 1998.

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Other terms relating to 'chap':

Definitions include: to be inadequate or displeasing.
Definitions include: to disappoint, upset, or anger.
Definitions include: something that is not only displeasing, but also to indicate something is badly beat up or rough looking, or something that has seen better days...
Definitions include: lip balm.
Definitions include: penis.
Definitions include: term of reference for a male.

Other terms relating to 'hide':

Definitions include: sexual intercourse, in the phrase "play hide the salami."
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: a place to hang out at or your home
Definitions include: to have sex.

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