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Definition of screw over
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' to take advantage of, cheat, trick':
Definitions include: a person being used in a relationship sense for money or what they can do for the user.
Definitions include: sexual activity.
Definitions include: to rely on others for things one wants or needs, especially food, shelter, etc.
Definitions include: to be taken advantage of; GET SCREWED.
Definitions include: to defraud, swindle, or cheat and make lots of money. Also tunnel.
Definitions include: A juvenile who goes and does petty pranks and jokes in the neighborhood.
Definitions include: a mean person; " jerk"; " asshole".
Definitions include: to habitually take a drug or drink alcohol.
Definitions include: To mislead or to give (or receive) bad directions.
Definitions include: to exit a previous arrangement, change one's mind, change one's usual behavior, etc.
Definitions include: to deceive using underhanded methods; " dupe"; " hoodwink".
Definitions include: acronym of "bend over here it comes again."
Definitions include: to arrange things in one's favor.
Definitions include: a swindle, scam.
Definitions include: to kid.
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