Definition of throwback
- a jersey
Last edited on Jun 04 2003. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jun 04 2003.
- vintage, an antique or valuable piece of clothing, music art etc. that is valuable and /or respected by the younger generation.
That Michael Jordan throw back jersey costs $500.
Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jun 07 2003.
- old, weak, last, not any good, used to describe a person.
That dude thinks he's the shit but he really throwback.
Last edited on Sep 11 2003. Submitted by Pookie from Indianapolis, IN, USA
on Sep 11 2003.
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