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Definition of getup

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Other terms relating to 'clothing in general':

Definitions include: "tuxedo".
Definitions include: a tuxedo.
Definitions include: term of address for a male stranger.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of hoodie.
Definitions include: acronym for "party juice" - a mixed drink prepared in large quantities for parties.
Definitions include: overalls.
Definitions include: Australia, New Zealand, and UK equivalent of "fanny pack".
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: male genitalia, especially the testicles.
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: a "wardrobe" of one's clothes that's laying on the floor.
Definitions include: old or distressed clothing one wears to work in an environment that may be dirty or wet but that does not merit use of coveralls or protective gear.
Definitions include: attractive; "hot".
Definitions include: a song.

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Definitions include: preoccupation with a single thing.
Definitions include: Expression of disappointment, similar to 'bummer', though more forceful. 'Bummer' tends to be used when something unforeseen and unfortunate occurs. 'Rats', on the other hand tends to be used when you have been making a concerted effort to do something and it suddenly fails. You only use 'rats' about your own misfortune. You can use 'bummer' sympathetically also about someone else's misfortune.
Definitions include: overloaded with work.
Definitions include: to mess up.
Definitions include: to smoke opium.
Definitions include: Time to stop partying an go to sleep.
Definitions include: in computing, an area where one can experiment with a system without affecting the rest of the system.
Definitions include: something unexpected.
Definitions include: "oaf"; "klutz"; "dope".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing".

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