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Definition of dint

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Definitions include: syllable inserted into the middle of an ordinary word to make it "gangsta" (gangster) slang, or inserted into an existing slang word to make it even more gangsta.
Definitions include: workers.
Definitions include: a sandwich, also called "hoagie" or "sub."
Definitions include: to hit or strike.
Definitions include: To engage in any activity intensely, especially to be intent on using one's computer for any purpose, though not necessarily engaging in illegal activity via the internet.
Definitions include: To become angry, pissed off, enraged.
Definitions include: One's best and most presentable face, as presented in church on Sundays. The expression has been used as a punch-line, as in the following fictional example:
Definitions include: a work shift that takes place in the evening, usually from 4pm-midnight
Definitions include: secretions from the anus.
Definitions include: n. music.

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