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Definition of squelch

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Other terms relating to 'to imitate':

Definitions include: to be of poor quality, displeasing.
Definitions include: imitation.
Definitions include: a person who "bites".
Definitions include: to be extremely attracted to someone; "have a crush on".
Definitions include: a person who copies others.

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Definitions include: of a website, interesting enough that users stay to check it out.
Definitions include: to bike or drive off road as sport.
Definitions include: a stoner involved in (usually "extreme") sports, e.g. skateboarding, snowboarding.
Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: said when you see someone in an unexpected place.
Definitions include: variant of "bounce", meaning to leave.
Definitions include: a hat.
Definitions include: to greatly impress a person.
Definitions include: shortened form of "cleavage".
Definitions include: the departure of intelligent people from a company, organization, country, etc.

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