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Definition of flex
To go, to leave, to depart.
Last edited on Nov 15 1999. Submitted by
ShortChange from Miami, FL, USA
on Nov 15 1999.
Same as "bounce", I have to go.
Well I have to
Last edited on Feb 16 2000. Submitted by
Denise from Los Angeles, CA, USA
on Feb 16 2000.
to leave the scene; to go to the place that is desired to be reached.
Last edited on Oct 29 2001. Submitted by
Definite-D from London, ON, Canada
on Oct 29 2001.
Yo, I gotta flex.
Last edited on Dec 07 2001. Submitted by
Matt M. from Belmont, MA, USA
on Dec 07 2001.
To leave, to go somewhere.
Damn man, you ready to
Last edited on Jun 14 2002. Submitted by
Warren P. from Jacksonville, FL, USA
on Jun 14 2002.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
Definitions include: to flatulate; " fart".
Definitions include: Used to describe food that looks bad (grody), but tastes good (delicious).
Definitions include: an uncivilized person, a redneck, a person from Oklahoma.
Definitions include: To slow down and roll through, or intentionally blowing a stop sign at an intersection.
Definitions include: Facebook.
Definitions include: an extremely attractive male.
Definitions include: well dressed, wearing makeup, etc.
Definitions include: a promiscuous female.
Definitions include: a fight or severe beating. Definitions include: frictionizing
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