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Definition of mkay

mkay

interjection

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Definitions include: a trip on foot while smoking a J or joint, i.e a hand-rolled marijuana cigarette.
Definitions include: obvious lie, line of crap, a clear falsehood
Definitions include: Play or compete against someone in a game (mostly in video games).
Definitions include: Low, slammed.
Definitions include: of a photo, poor quality.
Definitions include: to insult.
Definitions include: is a very irritating teacher from La Salle College deducts marks for absolutely everything has extremely terrible breath can make the whole school hear her in 10 seconds
Definitions include: "the projects".
Definitions include: "doctor".
Definitions include: used in the positive or negative to indicate whether an argument, upon first impression, is believable or ridiculous.

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