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Definition of darb

darb

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Definitions include: a liquor store.
Definitions include: synonym for shit. Typically appears in censored edited-for-radio versions of hip-hop songs. It has entered into wider usage.
Definitions include: to like a person too much, especially when it's undeserved.
Definitions include: often a sales talk; to speak, usually at length, to present a position or rationale for some course of action or belief on the part of the listener(s) . Compare with [pitch]
Definitions include: to restrain from laughing.
Definitions include: to act pretentiously.
Definitions include: A Term used to sell a product without securing any money (deposit) upfront
Definitions include: noplace; nowhere
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool"; "awesome".

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