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Definition of w/o

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Other terms relating to 'contractions (list of)':

Definitions include: a day off from work.
Definitions include: "twat" + "fanny".
Definitions include: a color between green and yellow.
Definitions include: a hobbyist who purchases professional-level products.
Definitions include: misspelling of grellow.
Definitions include: "romantic comedy".
Definitions include: a meal between lunch and supper.
Definitions include: a mythical medical support vehicle for people who whine.
Definitions include: "Latin America".
Definitions include: a stupid, silly, idiotic person.
Definitions include: "from under".
Definitions include: a meal between lunch and dinner.
Definitions include: "frozen yogurt".
Definitions include: "isn't it".
Definitions include: "what do you".

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Other terms relating to 'without':

Definitions include: acronym of "absent without leave."
Definitions include: to happen without problems.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: in trouble; "screwed".
Definitions include: in trouble.

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