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rack

(narrowing) Slang term for a thousand dollars. =“Racks on racks on racks, Maybachs on bachs on bachs on bachs.” Etymology : Slang term for a thousand dollars. When fifty twenty dollar More…

Rackjack

(Verb) Describes when a man is hitting on and flirting with a woman, then a second man "steals" the woman away. The second man has rackjacked the first man. Blending of the words More…

Rackne

(noun) Acne located on a woman’s chest. =The neologism was formed through blending of the words “Rack” and “Acne.” It is formed in a manner analogous to the word “Bacne” which refers to More…

racks

(Zero Derivation) cash =refers to stacks of cash, measured in the thousands of dollars. popularized in hip-hop culture; slang. perhaps comparing the way one stacks cash to the way one may More…

racks (2)

(NOUN) Cash or money. =Racks is usually referring to a large amount of cash bills being carried by the speaker. It may have evolved as a rhyming of the 'stacks,' which also refers More…

Racne

Acne on the chest of a women =Have you ever heard of race? Etymology : rac + acne A blending of the term rack, which refers to the chest of a women and acne. =Conversation with friend

rad

really cool, astounding =“She’s a pretty rad girl once you get to know her.” Etymology : A clipping of “radical”. Date of clipping is unknown. Primarily used by blonde surfers off of the More…

Rad

Amazing: used to exaggerate and describe things on a different level of incredible =Potentially used back in the 70s when certain slang was introduced, rad has now reappeared in the 21st More…

rad ass

(rhyming) awesome, creative, radical, cool. ="Look at that visor. That thing is rad ass, he looks like cobra commander out there." Etymology : This takes the positive More…

RADICALIZING

To be working to make someone more radical. The speaker needed the present participle of the verb radicalize—so he formed it using the basic rule in English that –ing implies More…

Radiopaque

opaque to radiation, visible in x-ray photographs and under fluoroscopy =There was a radiopaque substance that prevented us from obtaining a successful x-ray. Etymology : More…

Raffnad

One who is often overly complicated in their explanation of things. Apparent Meaning: Used to refer to someone that has a hard time explaining what he or she is trying to say. Type of Word More…

rage

to party in extreme fashion; involving the consumption of copious amounts of drugs and general trouble ="I'm so stressed out after this week, but I'm gonna rage like no More…

Rage

(zero derivation) To party dangerously hard, to the point of absurdness =Used in situations where the amount of partying needed to be done can only be described as something that will take More…

Rage-quit

Leaving a game, usually a multiplayer online game, after being enraged without acknowledging your opponents or allies. =After losing to a lower ranked clan, the Destruction clan rage-quit More…

rage-quit

The act of quitting from a game or match because you are frustrated from the result that come from the specific match. =A combination of the act of quitting and the reason for quitting More…

rageahol

any impetus or cause of extreme, uncontrollable rage. Rageahol is derived from alcohol, and the speaker clearly wanted to draw an analogy to rage and alcohol by adding –ahol to equate More…

ragequit

To prematurely leave an online game due to anger or frustration. =Ex: "I was beating this guy so hard he decided to ragequit" Etymology : a compound of rage and quit =Online More…

ragequit (1)

(Compound composed of the free roots 'rage' and 'quit') To leave a room in anger =This term is used to describe the exit of an individual after something has occurred to More…

raid

(conversion from noun to verb) RAID, V To join together separate storage disks to achieve data backup or faster read/write times [Acronym formed from Redudant Array of Independent Disks, and More…


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