Definition of stolo
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' stolen, stolen goods':
Definitions include: a reckless ride taken in a (usually stolen) automobile.
Definitions include: miscellaneous things, typically given away free.
Definitions include: stolen.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: a ride in a motor vehicle (usually stolen) taken for fun.
Definitions include: A stolen cellular phone that is is typically passed around for anyone's use before the service is eventually turned off.
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: a pretend occurrence during which stealing is permitted.
Definitions include: stolen. Slang terms with the same root words
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Definitions include: masturbate
Definitions include: a derogatory term for an unattractive member of the opposite sex.
Definitions include: It means that the person in question is trying to get the attention of the person they are speaking to, but the person they are speaking to is lost in their own thoughts and not paying attention to them. Because the person is said to be 'spacing out', they are being contacted by earth.
Definitions include: stoked and psyched.
Definitions include: to perform a U-turn.
Definitions include: a liberal zombie, i.e. a person with liberal beliefs who does not devote significant thought to those beliefs.
Definitions include: Methamphetamine addict, usually skinny and twitchy.
Definitions include: This word stands for the people who blindly support Modi/BJP.
Definitions include: dirty, un-clean, generally feral. Definitions include: tiresome.
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