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Can you believe that a neo-Nazi website gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site? November update: I've started naming names. Read more about Google's penalty here.
Can you believe that a neo-Nazi website gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site? November update: I've started naming names. Read more here.
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R

ride out

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roll up

verb

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R & R

noun - uncountable

  • rest and relaxation.

    "Rest" and "relaxation" are synonyms, so this definition, although widely used, doesn't really make sense.
    I could use a little R & R after finals week.

    Last edited on Jan 27 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 14 2009.

  • the original definition was "rest and recreation".

    Last edited on Jan 27 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 14 2009.

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scape

  • To leave.
    Let's scape out of here.

    Last edited on Nov 29 1997. Submitted by Bjorn R. from Hughesville, PA, USA on Nov 29 1997.

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scat

noun - uncountable

verb - ambitransitive

  • to leave.
    Are you ready to scat?
    Are you ready to scat this place, and go somewhere else?
    Why don't you just scat?

    Last edited on May 29 2015. Submitted by Joshua S. from Newport, KY 41071, USA on Jan 31 2003.

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