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Definition of vet

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Definitions include: also a diminutive form of aggro.
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Definitions include: a prescription for medicine.
Definitions include: "chemotherapy".

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Definitions include: be there for you.
Definitions include: acronym for "no big deal".
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Definitions include: an un-intelligent person; "idiot".
Definitions include: a member of the Bloods gang.
Definitions include: anxious.
Definitions include: Usually used as a greeting referring to someone on the top of their game.

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