Definition of street punk
- a low-class hooligan.
Citation from "Takedown", Rookie Blue (TV), Season 1 Episode 13 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'punk':
|Definitions include: a younger punk who is homeless or pretends to be homeless.|
|Definitions include: a disrespectful, rude, or otherwise unpleasant person.|
|Definitions include: the pretensions of being a leader or a knowledgeable adviser, who has the acceptance of their peers or group as their autonomous ad-hoc or pretend leader.|
|Definitions include: tight brief underwear.|
Other terms relating to 'street':
|Definitions include: to get rough, or to fight back with your words|
|Definitions include: Hip with an ultra-sharp edge.|
|Definitions include: credibility "on the streets."|
|Definitions include: hot dog sold by street vendor.|
|Definitions include: Slang for prostitute.|
|Definitions include: drug dealer.|
|Definitions include: vomit on the pavement.|
|Definitions include: an errand boy for a drug dealer.|
|Definitions include: knowledgeable about life on the streets.|
|Definitions include: knowledge about life on the streets.|
|Definitions include: Wall Street.|
|Definitions include: a prostitute.|
|Definitions include: with an ability to handle situations in urban environments.|
|Definitions include: the current talk or rumors.|
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