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pimp

To vastly improve; modify to fit the popular standards =Please MTV, pimp my ride! Etymology : Zero-derivation of slang adjective, “pimp” meaning “cool.” =TV Show

Pimp

Consisting of a favorable appearance or a flamboyant style =Man, Brad Pitt is so pimp in this movie. I mean, look at that suit! =Grant Chen

Pimp

to excel in a particular field or someone who excels in a particular field. =pimp an exam =After an exam, my best friend and I either state that we pimped an exam or that it sucked.

pimped

Dressed really well, extravagant. [from pimp.] Slang word, popularized by college attitude of recklessness and craziness. =Afterward, we all came back to the dorm wasted off our rockers More…

Pimpery

The state of being dressed in a flashy and showy manner, characteristic of a pimp. Pimps, who solicit clients for prostitutes, dress nicely and showily. Thus, some type of association More…

Pimpstress

Really fly, hip, slick, hot, or gorgeous. This term is solely to refer to women because of the feminizing suffix –ESS which is found in words like mistress, countess, and empress. More…

Pimpstress

a woman who is very attractive and possibly slutty This is a word that is used to describe a beautiful woman who you are not quite sure of. She may be a slut or she may just be a tease. More…

pin

To have speed when doing something. The use of ‘pin’ as a verb meaning to go fast originated in motocross circles, where it referred to an engine reaching maximum RPM. What More…

pince-nez

eyeglasses clipped to the nose by a spring =He unfolded it and disclosed a golden pince-nez, with two broken ends of black silk cord dangling from the end of it. Etymology : From French More…

Pinch

Instead of the normal meaning of pinch, it means for a person to chew tobacco. It is a common word used around baseball, and it very different from its original meaning. =A pinch is a wad More…

pineapple

(Of a situation) requiring immediate action or attention. Speakers often use this word to describe a terrible situation they experienced that needed quick fixing. Many speakers substitute More…

Pineappling

Putting your hair up in a bun on your head such that it resembles a pineapple =Used in hair tutorials/beauty tutorials/beauty blogs. It came about metaphorically; people were likely More…

PINER

One who longs for something. The speaker is used to saying he pines after things. This succinct word captures the resulting state. =Now I’m just a PINER. Etymology : piner. More…

pinetastic

a description of something that has both the quality of a pine tree, and is also fantastic. ="My house smells pinetastic ever since I got my Christmas tree." Etymology : More…

ping

to remind someone or follow-up, usually by sending an email The word “ping” is technically defined as “a protocol that sends a message to another computer and waits for More…

Ping

(Novel Creation) Often used by law enforcement, this process uses nearby cell towers to target an individual by their cell phone signal. A cell phone is constantly sending signals to the More…

Ping!

: It refers to the act of alerting a person that he needs to check his messages or needs to continue a conversation with the person who “pings” him/her. It is commonly used between people More…

pink

to cross an intersection as the traffic light changes to red. This word was used perhaps to remove some of the perceived guilt involved in running a red light. =I didn’t run it; I More…

Pink Friday

The Friday after Thanksgiving, on which participating major retailers cut prices and make a donation from sales to help fight breast cancer. =This term was coined by TigerDirect.com and More…

Pinking

(Metaphor) Referring to the spread of breast cancer awareness. =Pink is socially accepted as the color which exudes femininity. Breast cancer, although males are also susceptible, largely More…


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