Definition of um
- interjection used to express thought, or pause in speech. Also umm.
I was at... um... my friend's house.
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- interjection used to express doubt or hesitation.
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|Definitions include: to sit in the middle seat in the front or back of a vehicle ("bitch").|
|Definitions include: to attempt to convince a person or group of something that they already believe.|
|Definitions include: of a male, to urinate.|
|Definitions include: a person with a desk job.|
|Definitions include: the Volkswagen Type 2 camper van.|
|Definitions include: impressively.|
|Definitions include: "jean shorts".|
|Definitions include: When your guy or girl leaves you hickeys so that no other person can look at you. Or it may also mean just a hickey on your body.|
|Definitions include: abbreviated form of "repugnant" used as an insulting term for a Republican.|
|Definitions include: of multiple people, to have an unpleasant first meeting.|
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