Definition of tate
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Defective, less than desirable, non-functional. Example: It is better to have your car rust out , than Tate out.
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|Definitions include: See the devil.|
|Definitions include: an idiot.|
|Definitions include: A term referring to the American multinational corporation Apple Inc., which currently dominates the electronics world, resulting in a covert form of oppression. That is, because Apple currently provides and services all of our cell phones, computers, watches, and other electronic items that we are so heavily dependent on, they can do anything they please with these devices regardless of our will. For example, this organization has the ability to upload Irish rock albums to all of our phones without us knowing and make us agree to their "terms and conditions" for our phones to work. As people who rely on these devices, we have no choice but to simply deal with their shit.|
|Definitions include: a homosexual man|
|Definitions include: the gear stick in an automatic vehicle.|
|Definitions include: to look at, watch, stare, or eye.|
|Definitions include: shortened form of "joint", i.e. a hand-rolled marijuana cigarette.|
|Definitions include: Older slang term used to refer to one's "lawyer" or "attorney"|
|Definitions include: See chav.|
|Definitions include: exclamation of surprise popularized by the character Stewie Griffin on the animated TV series Family Guy.|
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