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Definition of crapware

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

Definitions include: a person whose business involves marijuana.
Definitions include: Alternate spelling of own.
Definitions include: to lower one's own or another person's trousers.
Definitions include: contraction for "going to."
Definitions include: rude, crude, and "nerdy" at the same time.
Definitions include: "birthday."
Definitions include: a sexually promiscuous member of a sorority.
Definitions include: to sneeze and cough at the same time.
Definitions include: a professional.
Definitions include: Standard American English doesn't have a 2nd person plural personal pronoun, so "y'all" is sometimes used to fill this gap.
Definitions include: a meal between lunch and dinner.
Definitions include: contraction of "glamorous camping".
Definitions include: strange personal mannerism.
Definitions include: perineum.
Definitions include: a meal between lunch and supper.

Other terms relating to 'software':

Definitions include: software that is free to share with others and is - at least initially - free to use.
Definitions include: "Freeware" was originally the trademark of "PC-Talk" author Andrew Fluegelman.
Definitions include: software still under copyright, but which is no longer distributed, sold, or supported.
Definitions include: product(s) announced far before any release (even beta) has been made.
Definitions include: computer software that occupies too many resources due to its preponderance of features.

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Definitions include: killed, struck, or just generally experienced something negative.
Definitions include: a twenty-five cent coin.
Definitions include: turpentine.
Definitions include: variant of "knock on wood", from New Zealand.
Definitions include: a phrase of encouragement.
Definitions include: see nine-sided and son of a bitch.
Definitions include: to eat voraciously.
Definitions include: to see.
Definitions include: to be able to perform fellatio well.
Definitions include: a unknown girl that you might hook up with at with at a club.

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