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Definition of give the boot

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Slang terms with the same meaning

Other terms relating to 'to fire, dismiss':

Definitions include: a despicable person.
Definitions include: to terminate from employment.
Definitions include: crazy.
Definitions include: to be fired from a job.
Definitions include: bathroom.
Definitions include: testicles.
Definitions include: to reduce the number of people employed in an organization or company to the point that there are no longer enough to carry out the work effectively.
Definitions include: to throw away; discard; dispose of.
Definitions include: to be fired.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'boot':

Definitions include: an assertion that something will definitely happen.
Definitions include: to vomit
Definitions include: to vomit ("boot") due to over-consumption of alcohol, and then continue partying ("rally.")
Definitions include: see sausage factory or sausage party.
Definitions include: a lower-quality version of something.
Definitions include: an obsequious person; "suck-up".
Definitions include: ugly
Definitions include: "come fuck me" boots.
Definitions include: to calm down from anger.
Definitions include: tall, high-heeled women's boots that men find sexually attractive.
Definitions include: knee-high boots.
Definitions include: sandals.
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: short for the expression "Nice boots, want to fuck?"
Definitions include: To urinate (male)

Other terms relating to 'give':

Definitions include: meaning caring about everything.
Definitions include: acronym for "don't give a fuck."
Definitions include: acronym for "do I look like I give a shit."
Definitions include: to give up or to show weakness.
Definitions include: to give bad advice.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: to applaud.
Definitions include: to beat up.
Definitions include: to care a tiny amount, always used in the negative
Definitions include: compromise.
Definitions include: to give someone a ride on the handlebars of your bike.

Other terms relating to 'the':

Definitions include: walking, generally as opposed to driving.
Definitions include: interrogation.
Definitions include: extremely intoxicated
Definitions include: information.
Definitions include: something you have now is worth more than two things you have just a chance of getting.
Definitions include: a good estimate.
Definitions include: a secret advantage.
Definitions include: inclusive.
Definitions include: to make a bad situation worse.
Definitions include: with the amount of time left to finish a task rapidly disappearing.
Definitions include: of a male, to urinate.
Definitions include: secret sexual activity with a person other than one's partner.
Definitions include: meaning caring about everything.
Definitions include: extremely popular.
Definitions include: taking a passive role.

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