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Definition of skift

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Definitions include: in agreement.
Definitions include: an exact copy.
Definitions include: the well-traveled elite who could afford to jet around the world.
Definitions include: See also the man.
Definitions include: shorts created by cutting the legs off of pants.
Definitions include: going too fast around curves.
Definitions include: a slut (i.e. promiscuous person.)
Definitions include: ugly or nasty.
Definitions include: done in protest of something or someone, where the protestors non-threatening just occupy the space or building in which they are protesting in by sitting on the floor/ground and refusing to move for anything or anyone.
Definitions include: unbelievable; ridiculous; crazy.

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