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Rage

verb 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 its toll on others. Used mainly by college-age kids, and in context of those who usually are frequent party-goers.
Etymology : Conversion from English rage meaning angry fury; violent anger
Source : October, 2011. “I have had a terrible week studying. I really need to rage this weekend.
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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