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Definition of that's what's up

that's what's up

interjection

  • an emphatic acknowledgement.
                                     

                                                  

    Citation from "Chapter 9", Eastbound & Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 3 (2010) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Dec 19 2011. Submitted by Chris D. from New York, NY, USA on Aug 12 2004.

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Other terms relating to 'that':

Definitions include: an ugly face.
Definitions include: superior, as good as it gets.
Definitions include: better than all that.
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: et cetera.
Definitions include: "that a".
Definitions include: interjection of encouragement.
Definitions include: interjection of encouragement.
Definitions include: to approve or agree
Definitions include: to do something bad to someone that takes care of one.
Definitions include: British expression meaning that the speaker doesn't want to do something.
Definitions include: it means to ignore, let go or pay him/her no attention.
Definitions include: See burn a bridge.
Definitions include: to change what one says about something.
Definitions include: to understand.

Other terms relating to 'up':

Definitions include: a secret advantage.
Definitions include: to misbehave.
Definitions include: acronym of "all fucked up."
Definitions include: well dressed, wearing makeup, etc.
Definitions include: doing something emphatically.
Definitions include: energetic due to consumption of a stimulant.
Definitions include: to increase.
Definitions include: to contribute one's share.
Definitions include: to mess up.
Definitions include: to make something like ass.
Definitions include: strange, stupid; "weird".
Definitions include: stupid.
Definitions include: strange / stupid.
Definitions include: to move away from.
Definitions include: to call someone to halt, particularly when the intention is to rob.

Other terms relating to 'what's':

Definitions include: a shortened form of "what's up".
Definitions include: a combination of the word 'sup and the word b.
Definitions include: what's up bud of friend.
Definitions include: it means: what is up? how are you?
Definitions include: "what's up".
Definitions include: "what's up".
Definitions include: variant of "What's up".
Definitions include: a greeting similar in form to "What's up?" or "What's crackin'?", but more related to new trends on the Internet.
Definitions include: a greeting.
Definitions include: "What's cracking?" i.e. "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.
Definitions include: a greeting, synonymous with greetings such as "What's going on?"
Definitions include: "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.
Definitions include: what's up or what's happening.
Definitions include: a greeting, synonymous with "What's up?".
Definitions include: "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.

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