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Definition of l33t


  • Elite. Hacking term.
    Dood I'm one L33t Haxor.

    Last edited on Apr 30 2002. Submitted by Matt T. from Broken Arrow, OK, USA on Apr 30 2002.

  • leet, Elite, usually used in description of someone's ability to hack, or program on computers.
    Soandso has some l33t skills.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Adam from CA, USA on Jul 17 2002.

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Definitions include: "elite".
Definitions include: "elite."
Definitions include: a variation of leetspeak using no letters with the deliberate intention of being difficult to read
Definitions include: very good.
Definitions include: the leet spelling of "elite".
Definitions include: a l33t hax0r.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: a form of chat writing in which letters are replaced with similar-looking numbers and punctuation.
Definitions include: a variant of written language that replaces letters with similar looking numbers or symbols, or similar sounding letter combinations.

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