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Multi

A multivitamin, a dietary supplement. reason used: The advertisement was in a five second spot, which meant they were pressed for time, so most likely they chose to use the word multi to More…

Multi-Touch

The feature on touch-screen devices that allow you to use more than one fingers for gestures such as zooming, scrolling, etc. The term became popular with the introduction of Apple iPhone More…

multi-touch9

(adjective) describing a touchpad or apparatus that operates with multiple finger commands. For example, sliding on the touchpad to the left with one finger will have a different effect than More…

Multidude

(Used as a group of people.; Multitude+Dude) "Multidude" is a group of surfers, or even simply a group of males. The term blends "multitude" with the noun More…

multietatuary

Possessing members from many states, provinces, or territories within the same nation. The adjective was formed because the speaker wished to express the diversity of Rice University, but a More…

Multitaskative

Describes a person that can actively perform several tasks at one time. Multitaskative is often used to describe today’s youth and their ability to do several things at a time and how More…

multitasking

to engage in many or multiple activities at once This is a fairly common word today, but is new to English. It kind of matches our lives today in this increasingly technologically based More…

Multitasktive

Describes a person that can actively perform several tasks at one time. “Multitaskative” is often used to describe today’s youth and their ability to do several things at More…

Mum

Used in the form “keep it mum”, meaning keep it quiet or low on the radar. Not wanting to call attention to a secret or rumor. =“Well, I think he likes her, but let’s keep it mum.” –friend More…

mumblecore

Genre of independent films that emphasizes dialogue and relationships between characters. “Mumble” from the characteristic subtle and natural dialogue found in the genre, “-core” suffix More…

munch

To wipe out, or crash in a silly or stupid manner; usually denoting someone falling of a bike or board. =saw a biker munch it on the inner loop today. Etymology : formed from MUNCH More…

munchies

the condition of being extremely hungry It usually comes as a result of smoking a ridiculous amount of marijuana. =I have the munchies; that is what weed does to you. =Friend

munge

to compress two items into one which is shorter in size than that of the combined parent items Type of word formation: Blending: combining the inner sound of one word “crunch” More…

Munter

Very ugly person, very unattractive. undefined =“No… She is Munter, mate.” Etymology : Brit. Slang =My friend

Muphry's Law

(Noun) An adage that states that if someone says or writes something criticizing grammar or proofreading, then there will be something wrong with the grammar of what he said or wrote. It is More…

Mupload

"mobile upload"; uploading data, especially photos and videos, from a cell phone to a web site(especially facebook) by use of wireless internet, without a computer. More…

Mupload (1)

Something uploaded to the internet from a mobile device; usually used to refer to a picture uploaded to Facebook off of someone's phone ="I can't believe she already More…

Murdered out

1. pertains to a motor vehicle with black paint, black window tint, and black after market wheels. 2. pertains to an outfit containing all black garments. Both definitions are derived More…

murderonomy

investigative study; detective work The morpheme "nom" effectively gives the word an academic ring. =It so happens that I have a degree in meterology and murderonomy. Etymology : More…

murderpan

A place with high crime (esp. Mattapan). Mattapan, Massachusetts has a high crime rate, so people invented the word murderpan punningly after the name of the place, signifying an area full More…


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