Definition of kinda
- "kind of."
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- See more words with the same meaning: contractions (list of).
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|Definitions include: Standard American English doesn't have a 2nd person plural personal pronoun, so "y'all" is sometimes used to fill this gap.|
|Definitions include: a meal between lunch and dinner.|
|Definitions include: "got to".|
|Definitions include: inability to sleep due to pain.|
|Definitions include: a man's nipple.|
|Definitions include: is not; am not; are not; do not; have not; will not; etc.|
|Definitions include: activism that requires little effort (and that often has little effect) and is mainly designed to make participants feel better about themselves.|
|Definitions include: a fan of Justin Bieber.|
|Definitions include: a Caucasian who acts, dresses and emulates like a black person from the ghetto.|
|Definitions include: "pre-fabricated".|
|Definitions include: a "shit" (i.e. bad) atmosphere.|
|Definitions include: "Latin America".|
|Definitions include: "don't".|
|Definitions include: a person who never (or rarely) buys goods to satisfy their desires.|
|Definitions include: very hungry.|
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Other terms relating to 'kinda':
|Definitions include: approximately; "kind of".|
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