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Definition of Germish

Germish

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Definitions include: small breasts.
Definitions include: a vehicle upon which or in which alcoholic beverages are consumed.
Definitions include: good; pleasing.
Definitions include: to feel pressure.
Definitions include: a comment that usually serves no other purpose above telling listeners (or more often: readers) that the speaker (writer) is in the technological "in group".
Definitions include: the inability to urinate in the presence of others.
Definitions include: an innocent, youthful time.
Definitions include: in some arrangement between two or more parties (for example, in business) for a party to withdraw from the agreement, taking the resources they were contributing.
Definitions include: "fuck."
Definitions include: A synonym of "swap out".

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