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Definition of MTB

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Other terms relating to 'acronyms (list of)':

Definitions include: "about".
Definitions include: acronym for "good for parts only".
Definitions include: acronym for "that hoe over there".
Definitions include: acronym for "way TMI", i.e. "way too much information".
Definitions include: acronym for "I am not a constitutional lawyer".
Definitions include: acronym for "no big deal".
Definitions include: "from what I understand".
Definitions include: See tl;dr.
Definitions include: acronym for "better known as".
Definitions include: acronym for "drop out loser".
Definitions include: acronym for "to tell the truth".
Definitions include: acronym for "word of the day".
Definitions include: acronym for "suck it up".
Definitions include: acronym for "for fuck's sake."
Definitions include: pronunciation of BFFL.

Other terms relating to 'car, motorcycle, or other vehicle':

Definitions include: the Volkswagen Type 2 camper van.
Definitions include: a Mercedes-Benz brand automobile.
Definitions include: a Chevrolet automobile.
Definitions include: a large car.
Definitions include: a Lamborghini motor vehicle.
Definitions include: "vehicle".
Definitions include: a vehicle in poor condition; "hooptie".
Definitions include: a police officer.
Definitions include: a needle used to inject drugs.
Definitions include: a large truck; "18-wheeler".
Definitions include: inadequate or displeasing.
Definitions include: a misspelling of "tarck bike" which itself is an intentional misspelling of "track bike".
Definitions include: an automobile.
Definitions include: a car in the style of those stereotypically driven by pimps.
Definitions include: unattractive or undesirable.

Other terms relating to 'sports (related to)':

Definitions include: In the "sexual contact as baseball achievement" metaphor, means sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: aggravation.
Definitions include: jogging and juggling at the same time.
Definitions include: a decision that will be made close to the time of acting upon that decision.
Definitions include: head or haircut.
Definitions include: a very good, trusted friend, often from childhood; "homie"; "boy".
Definitions include: to kiss, make out.
Definitions include: an inexperienced surfer, regardless of age.
Definitions include: a young - typically pre-pubescent - surfer.
Definitions include: golf.
Definitions include: excited.
Definitions include: gossip, secret information.
Definitions include: male genitalia, especially the testicles.
Definitions include: a weak throw.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "competition".

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Other terms relating to 'bike':

Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: a motorcycle rider.
Definitions include: a female who rides motorcycles ("bikes").
Definitions include: general exclamation.
Definitions include: acronym for "rich upscale biker".
Definitions include: a misspelling of "tarck bike" which itself is an intentional misspelling of "track bike".

Other terms relating to 'mountain':

Definitions include: penis.

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