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verb - transitive
- to hire a new employee or bring someone onto a team. From "bring (one) on-board."
I'm onboarding a couple new people this week.
Last edited on Nov 04 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Nov 04 2011.
- to acquire a new customer.
Our onboarding process is so complex that we lose 80% of potential customers before they've even bought anything.
Last edited on Sep 01 2015. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Sep 05 2013.
We've got cold beer on deck for when the meeting is over.
Last edited on Feb 17 2018. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on May 29 2013.
- having illicit product and available to sell it.
I'm on deck with molly.
Last edited on Feb 17 2018. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 03 2015.
- the police.
Look out - here comes one-time.
One-time, one-time! Dude let's get outta here.
Citation from "One Time's Got No Case" by Sir Mix-A-Lot. From the 1992 album "Mack Daddy." blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Last edited on May 10 2011. Submitted by Clay G. from Valdosta, GA, USA
on Mar 26 1998.
- the police, or authority.
Hey man don't let one-time catch you.
Last edited on May 10 2011. Submitted by Jose M. from Tuscaloosa, AL, USA
on Jun 29 1998.
- Police. As in, I only need to tell you one time, meant to be a warning to people that the police are near or just as a title for the man. Especially standing in a crowd, or driving, or describing getting rolled up by the man.
Keep cool man, one-time.
One-time lit us up, dog.
Fuck the one-time.
Last edited on Apr 13 2013. Submitted by Santiago from Long Beach, CA, USA
on Feb 12 2002.
- crazy, irrational. Note: theorized that the term is a vague allusion to the "jack-in-the-box" toys, a box containing a head mounted on a spring that would pop open after a crank had been turned. The head would then bounce around. The unpredictable motion of the toy could be likened to someone who is "out of the box."
I don't know what her problem is, but she's completely out of the box!
Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by John Smith from Phoenix, AZ, USA
on Jun 21 1997.
- corporate-speak for "in a novel way." Typically used to refer to solving a problem or task. Often used with the verb "think." Has become cliche. Also outside (of) the box.
We've got to think out of the box on this one.
Last edited on Jul 09 2007. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jul 09 2007.
- a person who isn't liked in general.
That guy is such a pap. This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.
Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by AA from NJ, USA
on Feb 26 2003.
- something worthless.
Your security precautions are pap.
Last edited on Jan 02 2018. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 18 2010.
- pap, an alternative name for milk. Derived from 'paps': a slang word for female breasts.
Would you like pap in your coffee?
Get a bottle of pap from the shop for me, please.
Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by Anonymous
on Aug 19 2014.
- shortened form of "paparazzo".
Last edited on Jan 02 2018. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Jan 02 2018.