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the truth ="She’s the one who looks like a cross between Lisa Rinna and Mick Jagger. No T, no shade." Etymology : Old English triewð (West Saxon), treowð (Mercian) More…

t-bone

To hit by a vehicle from the side in a T-shaped manner. (Usually used as a past participle.) Apparently the T depicts the way the accident happened, but a real t-bone steak contains both More…

T-ify

To get the result of the linear transformation T acting upon a vector or a set of vectors. =Nonce word. Derivation of the noun "T" to make it into a verb. Etymology : More…

T-lady

Biological mother =Donavon is an orphan, he’s never met is t-lady. Etymology : The T is an initial of “Tummy”, which itself is a clipping/baby talk alteration of stomach, which is More…

t-shirtification

fame and celebrity associated with one’s face printed on many t-shirts, bringing a noted personality to eternal prominence. T-shirtification reflects the act of More…

T-time

Abbreviation for takeoff-time (a moment during which excitement abounds.) The word T-time seems to be full of excitement and eagerness, and I think my roommate used the word to instill More…

t.p.

To throw toilet paper into the trees in front of a house with the intention of being mischievous. I am sure the term "t.p." was coined years ago, most likely by teenagers who needed a word More…

T.V. celibacy

The state of living without watching any T.V. The speaker likes to watch T.V. but was unable to do so for a week. He coined this word to describe this state. This word is formed by More…

TA

to be the teaching assistant of a class. apparent meaning: to be the teaching assistant of a class =I'm now TAing one class only Etymology : TA is originally the acronym of 'teaching More…

TA (2)

n: teacher's assistant, who is paid to assist the professor of a course with grading, answering student questions, and other tasks v: to assist the teacher as a TA in a particular More…

TA(2)

to do the work of a teaching assistant of a class =I'm TAing a CAAM class this semester. It’s a lot of fun. Etymology : TA is originally a noun, short for teaching assistant. By More…

taabi

a militant person, often seen having a large moustache, originating from one who keeps tabs on all others =If I have to listen to that taabi for one more minute, I’ll kill myself. More…

tab

acronym for ‘trendy, Asian bitch’ possible reason used: Young Asians seem to use many acronyms such as this in everyday speech. It seems to be kind of a new fad among that More…

tab (2)

a tabloid; a newspaper or magazine with short, sensational articles. =The term was used in a headline, suggesting that it was primarily used to save space. It may or not be used commonly More…

Tabasco Challenge

1. To lick a spot of salt off one wrist, take a double shot of tequila with Tabasco sauce, then a single shot or rum with Tabasco sauce, then a single shot of vodka with Tabasco sauce, then More…

tabbiness

when a book has a lot of post it notes sticking out of it. =When Haley was done with her research project all of her books had quite a bit of tabbiness. =my best friend in high school

Tabify

The action of correctly indenting a section of text, most often programming code. Apparent meaning: To indent code (using the [tab] key on a keyboard) Most often used in computer science. More…

Table Troll

Person who doesn’t make a single cup in a game of beer pong that has to sit under the table during the next game and drink all of the beer. =Look at the little table troll! He must be More…

Table-dynamics

people’s behavior about how they choose table at lunch/dinner and what factors contribute to their decisions. As certain academic terms are created, such as Prisoner’s Dilemma, More…

Tableau

(affixation) A picturesque or graphic description or picture. =The tableau represents the suspects' belief of Doomsday. Etymology : “A picturesque or graphic description or picture,” More…


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