Definition of prep
- popular people, jocks, cheerleaders, stupid people.
Only preps wear Abercrombie and Fitch.
Last edited on Aug 25 2015. Submitted by zach z.
on May 03 2002.
- A person that is always happy and wears a certain brand of clothing and is a popular person.
You are a prep.
Last edited on Aug 25 2015. Submitted by sara
on Jul 13 2002.
- a popular person; one who hangs out with the "popular" crowd.
The freaks hated the preps in school.
Last edited on Aug 25 2015. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 07 2002.
- A person who dresses, acts, and talks like everyone else. Lacks personality. Conformist.
Last edited on Nov 07 2003. Submitted by Stephanie F. from Ohio, USA
on Nov 07 2003.
- bitchy person with an attitude that they're better than everyone else; only nice to their other bitchy attitudinal friends
Last edited on Oct 27 2004. Submitted by Kristin W. from Conway, AR, USA
on Oct 27 2004.
verb - ambitransitive
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