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Definition of twacked

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Definitions include: high-grade marijuana.
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Definitions include: broken or not functioning properly.
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: ruined.
Definitions include: to pester or annoy.
Definitions include: having one or more bugs; "buggy".
Definitions include: confused, ruined; "messed up".
Definitions include: an unkempt person.
Definitions include: of superior quality, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: to wreck a vehicle such that repairs would cost more than the value of the (unwrecked) vehicle.
Definitions include: broken; messed up; "fucked".
Definitions include: malfunctioning.
Definitions include: broken or ruined.

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Definitions include: crystal meth; speed.

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