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Definition of Spanglish

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Definitions include: to kiss with an open mouth, usually placing one's tongue in the other person's mouth.

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Definitions include: one who sells illegal drugs
Definitions include: What's up? A greeting
Definitions include: pronounced "eckee lopp."
Definitions include: adjective.
Definitions include: kids with dreadlocks, hippie buses, and large trust funds that enable them to follow bands around the county.
Definitions include: To abandon an opinion or attitude after being confronted with opposition or disagreement.
Definitions include: a woman sleeping with man behind the girlfriends back.
Definitions include: a fragile person, much like the character Mr. Burns in the TV show The Simpsons.
Definitions include: in anything, a second chance; "do over".
Definitions include: See also the man.

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