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Definition of get (one's) swerve on

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Other terms relating to 'to dance':

Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: to dance in a particular style which involves a lot of jumping up and down.
Definitions include: to leave, to do something.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: a person who is strange or different.
Definitions include: dancing.
Definitions include: extremely fun; exciting; wild.
Definitions include: to leave a place to go somewhere else.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: a dirty or promiscuous female.
Definitions include: to "dance" in a particular style that involves thrashing around and running into people.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: to perform aggressive fellatio.
Definitions include: to have fun dancing.

Other terms relating to 'to drink alcohol':

Definitions include: to act foolish; under the influence of alcohol or drugs; or to do something dangerous.
Definitions include: to become inebriated.
Definitions include: to become slizzard.
Definitions include: an event in which a group visits many drinking establishments, usually as a pre-planned activity.
Definitions include: to get drunk.
Definitions include: to secretly put alcohol in a non-alcoholic beverage.
Definitions include: a person who has not had their first kiss or has never French kissed.
Definitions include: alcohol.
Definitions include: to be under the influence of both marijuana and alcohol.
Definitions include: not abstaining from alcohol, usually after a period of sobriety.
Definitions include: expression of dismay; "bummer".
Definitions include: the passenger seat in a vehicle.
Definitions include: fellatio.
Definitions include: to visit several bars during a single outing.
Definitions include: a fun activity or occasion.

Other terms relating to 'to flirt, fraternize, mingle':

Definitions include: to talk to someone one is romantically interested in; "flirt with".
Definitions include: to say a "neg" (as described in the noun sense) to a person.
Definitions include: A male in a long term relationship who consistently engages in sexual activity with females other than his significant other.
Definitions include: offensive speech about another person.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract; "hit on".
Definitions include: a break in the workday when employees gather to ingest drugs.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract; "hit on".
Definitions include: to flirt with someone or sweet talk them
Definitions include: displeasing.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "flirt with".
Definitions include: an annoying person, especially one making unwanted sexual advances.
Definitions include: to flirt with a person.
Definitions include: to joke around with someone.
Definitions include: To copy or plagiarize, commonly used by emcees to indicate a plagiarist.
Definitions include: making sexual advances toward a person when you are already involved in a relationship.

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Other terms relating to 'get':

Definitions include: very; really; extremely.
Definitions include: a phrase of one is about to be in trouble big-time or something bad is about to happen.
Definitions include: "Get ready for some serious trouble."
Definitions include: "buy one get one" free.
Definitions include: don't be mistaken; "believe it".
Definitions include: from the beginning.
Definitions include: acronym for "get back to work".
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to have sex with someone who is not one's significant other.
Definitions include: to acquire a buzz.
Definitions include: to be excited by.
Definitions include: to enjoy.
Definitions include: see clue.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: to ingest a drug.

Other terms relating to 'on':

Definitions include: seemingly accidental but with a secret motive.
Definitions include: secret sexual activity with a person other than one's partner.
Definitions include: See on (one's) plate.
Definitions include: useless.
Definitions include: doing better after an unfavorable event.
Definitions include: returned to one's meth or crack addiction.
Definitions include: to insult for fun; "make fun of".
Definitions include: to leave (a relationship) or abandon.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "hit on".
Definitions include: to test something before it is released or presented.
Definitions include: See barge in.
Definitions include: used to describe a person that is angry and is scolding at someone.
Definitions include: to be involved with.
Definitions include: to be present in large numbers.
Definitions include: to be very happy.

Other terms relating to 'swerve':

Definitions include: (adj) 1. Good-looking (origin comes from "Swerve" brand watches) 2. Cool or Hip 3. Fashionable (as in "I bought this new skirt today and it is so Swerve") Term is in use mostly in the upper Mid-west; Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois.

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