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Definition of deetz

deetz

adjective

  • Slang for details. To be used when asking for "the details" seems presumptuous and too much like something your mother would ask. When used with a "z" at the end instead of an "s" (see deets) it undoubtedly makes you more scene, street, or what have you.
    Yo, hoox me with the deetz on that party Friday night.!

    Last edited on Oct 15 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 15 2014.

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