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Definition of tin

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Definitions include: beer.
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Definitions include: cheap alcohol.
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Definitions include: a drink of cocaine dissolved in vodka
Definitions include: alcohol.
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Definitions include: a beer.
Definitions include: an alcoholic beverage.
Definitions include: a drink of alcohol in the morning - of the same type one was drinking the previous night - to ward off or stop a hangover.
Definitions include: salt and a lime to accompany a shot of tequila.
Definitions include: alcohol.
Definitions include: a few drinks of alcohol.

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Other terms relating to 'tin':

Definitions include: to work as advertised.
Definitions include: quickly.
Definitions include: rhyming slang for "kid".
Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: rhyming slang for mate.
Definitions include: as advertised.

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