Definition of triz
- see "run a train."
No one can triz like us.
Last edited on May 30 2002. Submitted by Damon H. from Brampton, ON, Canada
on May 30 2002.
- To have a sexual threesome normally involving one woman and two men.
Those Guys trizzed Tony's girl the other night.
Last edited on Jun 08 2002. Submitted by Johnny ". from Columbia, SC, USA
on Jun 08 2002.
- train. To run a train on a person, one after the other. Also known as running a trizzy.
Last edited on Jul 22 2004. Submitted by Belnavis P.
on Jul 22 2004.
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