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Definition of fsck

fsck

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Definitions include: very good; excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: mad skills.
Definitions include: young, fashionable, boisterous, streetwise male.
Definitions include: an order or exhortation to get out of bed and get one's day started; or to rise to one's feet.
Definitions include: to abandon a person after a crime has been committed, leaving them with incriminating evidence (literally) or blame (figuratively.)
Definitions include: defecation causing extreme pain, and audible growling sounds.
Definitions include: to take a quote out of context in order to make it present a point of view that isn't compatible with the original quote.
Definitions include: Speculation about the origin of the term includes the custom of the Easter Egg hunt observed in the U.S. and many parts of Europe, as well Faberge' eggs containing hidden objects.
Definitions include: to tell on someone; "snitch".
Definitions include: a person with progressive political views.

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