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Definition of NorCal
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' contractions (list of)':
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: "isn't it".
Definitions include: a seminar conducted over the web.
Definitions include: "I'm going to."
Definitions include: a person whose business involves marijuana.
Definitions include: a meal between lunch and dinner.
Definitions include: "supposed to".
Definitions include: "what are you".
Definitions include: a color between green and yellow.
Definitions include: " good looking out".
Definitions include: the difference in meaning between the literal interpretation of a sarcastic statement and the intended meaning.
Definitions include: about to.
Definitions include: contraction of "come on".
Definitions include: " twat" + " fanny".
Definitions include: "cutie."
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Other terms relating to 'california':
Definitions include: people who are happy all the time, smile alot, are cheery and hyper.
Definitions include: an alcoholic drink consisting of the collected liquid in "bar mats" - the (usually plastic) mats on which glassware is placed prior to pouring drinks at bars.
Definitions include: a fart.
Definitions include: dried sperm
Definitions include: not a stop, but rather a slight deceleration before driving past a stop sign. Definitions include: southern California.
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