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V

vet

noun

verb

  • to review for correctness.
    I asked him to vet that policy statement.
    He vetted the review and sent it to the contact.

    Last edited on Apr 08 2016. Submitted by Rick J. from Palo Alto, CA, USA on Oct 13 2004.

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vic

  • a person you use (for money, food, clothes, etc.)
    That's my new vic.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Natoya R. on Dec 01 2005.

  • a person who is easy to take advantage of or to victimize; "sucker".

    Last edited on Jul 08 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 08 2011.

noun

  • "victim". Police slang.
                                                                                 

    Citation from "Sins of the Past", Terriers (TV, 2010), Season 1 Episode 11 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
                                                                                                                                                                               

    Citation from "Meet Juan Doe", Raines (TV), Season 1 Episode 2 (2007) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jan 01 2011. Submitted by J.S. G. from Houston, TX, USA on Jan 11 2003.

verb - transitive

  • to victimize.
    Sorry I vic'ed your boyfriend for that pack of cigarettes.

    Last edited on Nov 29 2010. Submitted by Keegan from Jersey City, NJ, USA on Feb 13 2000.

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vlog

noun

  • video log, running series of short videos posted online.
    Check out the wicked skateboard tricks on my vlog.

    Last edited on Feb 26 2008. Submitted by Stephen J. from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 26 2008.

verb

  • to upload short video clips to a personal or news site.
    We've vlogged more election coverage and commentary to our website.

    Last edited on Feb 26 2008. Submitted by Stephen J. from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 26 2008.

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W

wazzup

  • short for "what's up?" as in "what's happening with you?" or "hello."
    yo boyz wazzup?

    Last edited on Dec 20 1999. Submitted by nathan from WI, USA on Dec 20 1999.

  • "What's up?".
    Wazzup today?

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Rob from Woodridge, IL, USA on May 02 2002.

  • a greeting meaning "What's up?"

    Last edited on Apr 01 2005. Submitted by meila f. from Curitiba - PR, Brazil on Apr 01 2005.

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what

interjection

  • used for intimidation. Short for "What are you going to do about it?" or "What can you do about it?"
    You can't stop me... What!
    Man, I just kicked your ass... WHAT!

    Last edited on Aug 06 2013. Submitted by J-RoD T. from Rochester, MN, USA on Jan 10 2003.

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whatev'

  • Short and sassy for "whatever." Used to denote sarcasm and/or a lack of seriousness about something.
    He says it's really important. Whatev'.

    Last edited on Jun 15 1998. Submitted by Lingua F. from New York, NY, USA on Jun 15 1998.

  • Used for almost anything anymore. (1) "I don't care," (2) "Yeah right! (sarcasm)" (3) Tacked at the end of a listing of things, like etc.
    1) Speaker: Do you want to go uptown?

    Response: (shrugs shoulders) "Whatev."
    2) Huh? You want me to share this with you. Whatev!
    3) Bring chips, cookies, pop; whatev.

    Last edited on Feb 15 1999. Submitted by Leah A. from Ohio University, USA on Feb 15 1999.

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