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Definition of woot

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: in a discussion forum, an acrimonious dispute.
Definitions include: as bad as possible.
Definitions include: spelling variant of "hacker".
Definitions include: acronym for "can't be arsed".
Definitions include: a form of shareware where, in lieu of the "registration" fee, the author asks that users donate to a charity.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: "password."
Definitions include: to "text" - i.e. send a text message.
Definitions include: "technology".
Definitions include: underpowered.
Definitions include: a form of shareware where, in lieu of the "registration" fee, the author asks that users donate to a charity.
Definitions include: acronym for "in my humble opinion".
Definitions include: testing of a software application, performed on devices (such as computers and cell phones) made available to potential purchasers in retail stores.
Definitions include: acronym for "falling off chair, rolling on floor, laughing out loud".
Definitions include: "serious business".

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

Definitions include: variant of "hell to the yes".
Definitions include: intensifier, usually expressing confusion or displeasure.
Definitions include: for sure; certainly.
Definitions include: "for sure".
Definitions include: an expression of disbelief or surprise.
Definitions include: variant of "for God's sake".
Definitions include: praise, congratulations, or thanks.
Definitions include: an emphatic "no".
Definitions include: exclamation of surprise.
Definitions include: intensifier, used with an interrogative.
Definitions include: okay.
Definitions include: an emphatic "yes".
Definitions include: A casual observance of someone you find very attractive.
Definitions include: buttocks.
Definitions include: "for sure".

Other terms relating to 'games (related to)':

Definitions include: a videogame that requires mashing buttons to play, rather than finesse.
Definitions include: someone who is new to a particular group, activity, game, field of study, etc.
Definitions include: hung-over from alcohol.
Definitions include: "ridiculous".
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "shoot 'em up".
Definitions include: acronym for "Game of the Year".
Definitions include: a coward.
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: a revealing characteristic, especially in poker.
Definitions include: to get the last card in Texas Hold'em.
Definitions include: a competition employed to determine the ownership of an object when ownership is in dispute.
Definitions include: a person who has not had their first kiss or has never French kissed.
Definitions include: a women with a larger than average butt, but still firm and fit.
Definitions include: in a betting situation, the option most likely to win.
Definitions include: acronym for "face the wall."

Other terms relating to 'money':

Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: money in general.
Definitions include: a five dollar bill.
Definitions include: a very attractive person; "a perfect ten".
Definitions include: a thousand.
Definitions include: a five pound note.
Definitions include: one thousand dollars.
Definitions include: to yell at someone; "blow up".
Definitions include: a $100 bill.
Definitions include: money used to start a business.
Definitions include: vocal imitation of the sound of an old-style analog cash register.
Definitions include: the main source of income for a business.
Definitions include: a very good, trusted friend, often from childhood; "homie"; "boy".
Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: in agreement.

Other terms relating to 'to be happy, feel good':

Definitions include: to be extremely happy.
Definitions include: to feel great.
Definitions include: to feel very good.
Definitions include: to cheer up.
Definitions include: exclamation of joy.
Definitions include: the pleasant feeling after sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: to cheer up.
Definitions include: to feel great.

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Other terms relating to 'woot':

Definitions include: see woot.

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