Definition of slug
- a commuter who "hitchhikes" a ride with an unknown driver at a designated pickup point. Often used to take advantage of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes during commute hours.
I pulled up to the slug line, called out my destination, and scooped up some slugs.
- See more words with the same meaning: travel companion.
verb - intransitive
- to hitchhike as described in the noun sense.
Slugging is a great way to get to work.
verb - transitive
- to punch.
I slugged him in the face.
- See more words with the same meaning: to hit, punch, slap.
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|Definitions include: to hit.|
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|Definitions include: a slap of the manner described in the verb form.|
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|Definitions include: to hit someone in the head quite hard.|
|Definitions include: A punch or hit, usually with the hand to another person's face.|
|Definitions include: a very hard kick to the female genitals ("cunt").|
|Definitions include: a punch.|
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Other terms relating to 'slug':
|Definitions include: a designated pickup point for slugs (i.e. commute-time "hitchhikers".)|
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