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Definition of hoops


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Definitions include: a misspelling of "tarck bike" which itself is an intentional misspelling of "track bike".
Definitions include: in anything, a second chance; "do over".
Definitions include: a stupid or absent-minded person.
Definitions include: in sports, the turning around of 3 times while in the air.
Definitions include: steroids.
Definitions include: good; excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: in "professional wrestling," a wrestler who intentionally loses to improve the image of the winner.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: a biscuit.
Definitions include: to be successful.
Definitions include: head or haircut.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "competition".
Definitions include: a simple minded person, never cognizant of the world around them; MORON.
Definitions include: a member of a sports team who performs well in the clutch.

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Other terms relating to 'hoop':

Definitions include: Screwed up, not going according to planned.
Definitions include: to perform unnecessary tasks to get a goal accomplished.
Definitions include: to play basketball.

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