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Definitions include: disparaging nickname for psychiatrists, used by doctors in the UK.
Definitions include: a cigarette.
Definitions include: British.
Definitions include: acronym for "told to fuck off", an insulting notation used by doctors in the UK on medical charts.
Definitions include: to mock, make fun of, kid.
Definitions include: to cheer up.
Definitions include: Corruption of "bahine ka chut" which means "sister's cunt" in Hindi.
Definitions include: idiot, un-cool, not liked.
Definitions include: vacation.
Definitions include: To be nerd, geek or loser.
Definitions include: a variant of the word shit, commonly used in the UK and Ireland, and playfully used in the United States.
Definitions include: to spend time on a non-productive activity; "waste time".
Definitions include: disparaging term for an enthusiastic religious believer.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: Origin British, slang for money.

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Definitions include: irritated skin from passionately kissing a person with a beard.
Definitions include: To vomit.
Definitions include: something silly, absurd.

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