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Definition of down

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: a female friend.
Definitions include: form of address used between females and between gay men.
Definitions include: "extended" family, sometimes including close friends.
Definitions include: "sister".
Definitions include: n. A friend kept around to abuse, make fun of, invite places and never show up, etc.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: An endearing term for a close friend or acquaintance.
Definitions include: alternate pronunciation of bro.
Definitions include: One's good and trusted friend.
Definitions include: woman.
Definitions include: best friend.
Definitions include: See also my boy.
Definitions include: a good friend.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, interesting, fun, etc.

Other terms relating to 'to agree, support':

Definitions include: "that's great!"
Definitions include: approving of.
Definitions include: fine; okay.
Definitions include: acronym for "face the wall."
Definitions include: the ability to attract members of the opposite sex.
Definitions include: to be strongly in agreement.
Definitions include: support.
Definitions include: in agreement.
Definitions include: to support an action.
Definitions include: to relax; "hang out".
Definitions include: a phrase indicating approval, excitement, or support; "right on".
Definitions include: in support of.

Other terms relating to 'to like, enjoy':

Definitions include: alternate spelling of "dug", i.e. the past tense of dig.
Definitions include: to support an action.
Definitions include: interested in.
Definitions include: to greatly enjoy someone or something.
Definitions include: something one enjoys; "(one's) thing".
Definitions include: "I love you".
Definitions include: to enjoy.
Definitions include: a drug addict.
Definitions include: very in love.
Definitions include: See be all about.
Definitions include: to come to romantically like - though not love - a person.
Definitions include: acronym for "I fucking love you" or "I freaking love you".
Definitions include: to lie to; deceive.
Definitions include: to take LSD.
Definitions include: a notable characteristic.

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Other terms relating to 'down':

Definitions include: to prepare for hardship.
Definitions include: a fight or severe beating.
Definitions include: It means having to beat someone up.
Definitions include: to back down from a situation.
Definitions include: to vomit into a toilet.
Definitions include: also "bow down to the white porcelain god."
Definitions include: to sadden one.
Definitions include: to greatly impress a crowd.
Definitions include: unattractive.
Definitions include: a person who has oral sex and intercourse with multiple people.
Definitions include: to knuckle down; to submit to; to melt down; to be unable to take the heat; to give in.
Definitions include: overly formal, conservative.
Definitions include: to eat.
Definitions include: to give someone oral sex.
Definitions include: to stop being angry.

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