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Definition of dac

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Other terms relating to 'embarrassment (related to)':

Definitions include: mean or disrespectful.
Definitions include: exhausted, not well.
Definitions include: in an irreparably bad situation; "out of luck"; "screwed".
Definitions include: to embarrass one's self.
Definitions include: a man with no class.
Definitions include: messed up, weird.

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Definitions include: an unintelligent female.
Definitions include: general insult.
Definitions include: to engage in dangerous behavior.
Definitions include: from Brit com "coupling".
Definitions include: urologist
Definitions include: out of a losing streak.
Definitions include: completely incorrect.
Definitions include: a high five between people who aren't in the same location, and therefore can't make physical contact.
Definitions include: to act like a stocker or gives an individual of a creepy feeling
Definitions include: prison.

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