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Definition of gonzo

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Definitions include: unappetizing food.
Definitions include: in a competition, to support a participant.
Definitions include: an unexpected and usually undesirable kiss.
Definitions include: Player Hater Degree, meaning he/she hates players.
Definitions include: displeasing, low-quality.
Definitions include: the loud repetition of a speaker's words by members of a crowd, such that the speaker's words are audible over a longer distance.
Definitions include: severely under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Definitions include: Usually means automatically or concurrently complete one action without stopping the first action, i.e. on the fly online Help means that you don't have to stop using a software program in order to use the online Help.
Definitions include: an exclamation disgust.
Definitions include: to disagree with someone; "that is nonsense".

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