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Definition of dis

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

Definitions include: nothing.
Definitions include: tattoo.
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: (short for) fabulous
Definitions include: "address".
Definitions include: "air conditioner".
Definitions include: shortened form of anal retentive.
Definitions include: See fam.
Definitions include: cell phone.
Definitions include: "tuxedo".
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "shut the hell up."
Definitions include: short for "what's up?" as in "what's happening with you?" or "hello."
Definitions include: a prescription for medicine.
Definitions include: shortened form of "cool".
Definitions include: to destroy.

Other terms relating to 'alternative spellings or pronunciations (list of)':

Definitions include: of a video game, excessively difficult because positive things happen with very low frequency, and/or negative things happen with very high frequency.
Definitions include: "Cabernet Sauvignon".
Definitions include: acronym for "in my experience".
Definitions include: Long dick
Definitions include: acronym for "party juice" - a mixed drink prepared in large quantities for parties.
Definitions include: acronym for "positive mental attitude".
Definitions include: acronym for "Be right back", as in, "I will return soon."
Definitions include: "conversation".
Definitions include: See on the DL.
Definitions include: the noun senses of "crap" are mostly a subset of the uses of "shit."
Definitions include: a comeback used in an argument when one can't think of anything better to say.
Definitions include: acronym for "what have you done".
Definitions include: "computer".
Definitions include: acronym for "what you doing" i.e. "what are you doing".
Definitions include: "without."

Other terms relating to 'an insult':

Definitions include: to make fun of.
Definitions include: offensive speech about another person.
Definitions include: an unkind joke or tease.
Definitions include: to smoke marijuana.
Definitions include: a "compliment" with a buried insult.

Other terms relating to 'to insult, complain, criticize':

Definitions include: to mock, make fun of, kid.
Definitions include: to be under the influence of drugs.
Definitions include: to destroy.
Definitions include: to criticize.
Definitions include: to be jealous of something or someone.
Definitions include: to insult for fun; "make fun of".
Definitions include: to make fun of.
Definitions include: to criticize.
Definitions include: to make fun of.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: nonsense.
Definitions include: acronym for "fuck my life."
Definitions include: a bullet.
Definitions include: to say unkind things.
Definitions include: to fuss or whine at length.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'di':

Definitions include: exclamation used when impressed.
Definitions include: interjection indicating that one is impressed.
Definitions include: statement of disinterest or not being impressed.
Definitions include: to talk negative or degrade someone anonymously.

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