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Definition of rets

rets

  • Ready (to go, to leave). In my experience, it's only used when referring to leaving. "I'm rets" has never really been used.
    Ok, I'm rets to go! Are you rets to go?

    Last edited on Nov 24 1999. Submitted by Alexis from Georgia, USA on Nov 24 1999.

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