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Definition of socialize

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Other terms relating to 'to spread an idea':

Definitions include: to present an idea and test the reaction.
Definitions include: to spread a term, idea, concept or style about. Origin: a sticky, flammable substance. When used in bombs, the explosion covers the surrounding area in napalm. Thus when one napalms an idea etc., they cover the area with it.

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Definitions include: to stop pursuing a line of conversation or questioning.
Definitions include: see shit in (one's) Cheerios.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: to "stick to" someone like Velcro.
Definitions include: an arrest.
Definitions include: someone who just does enough to get something done.
Definitions include: to push around.
Definitions include: one's home, or place of living
Definitions include: having an erection in the bathtub.
Definitions include: excited.

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