Definition of mad skills
noun - plural
- mad skills. That is, talent, multidimensional expertise, or skills that are extraordinarily better than most.
I got mad skills!
Original and mad skills.
- exceptional talent; ability to do something not many others can.
That skater-dude has some mad-skills on that 1080 spin.
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Other terms relating to 'mad':
|Definitions include: short for It's Mad-Ass Diarrhea - extreme case of diarrhea|
|Definitions include: good, in reference to talent.|
|Definitions include: crazy.|
|Definitions include: going crazy.|
|Definitions include: to glare maliciously or challengingly as an invitation to fight.|
|Definitions include: very keen, enthusiastic.|
|Definitions include: someone who sells drugs and other illegal substances.|
|Definitions include: something great.|
|Definitions include: many ("mad") compliments ("props").|
|Definitions include: crazy or weird.|
|Definitions include: mis-hearing of "stark-raving mad."|
|Definitions include: completely crazy.|
|Definitions include: an assertion that, despite one's approach seeming random, there actually is structure to it.|
Other terms relating to 'skill':
|Definitions include: "skill".|
|Definitions include: talents, usually with the opposite sex or in business (e.g. drug dealing.)|
|Definitions include: in business, non-technical skills usually involving inter-personal interaction.|
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