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Transient

Brief or temporary, not lasting for a period of time. =Upon addition to the chamber, isolated mitochondria will rapidly deplete oxygen, but the depletion will be transient. Etymology : More…

Transuranium

Refers to elements that come after uranium on the periodic table of elements with a mass greater than 92 amu. Dr. Hennesy probably used this word to concisely refer to elements that occur More…

trap

jail 'Trap' is a metaphor for jail, a place where one is trapped. Person who said it heard it in the song “My White Tee” by Dem Franchize Boyz. It is used to show his affinity More…

Trap

A pre-operation transgender person who could easily pass as the other gender. =Waseem hangs out with traps. Etymology : Comes from the surprise when someone is unable to tell someone More…

Trap /træp/

(Clipping) Music genre that focuses on using drugs. This type of music is said to glorify drug use. Trap music has rap and an electronic beat to it. =Trap music is related to trap houses, More…

trap house

A crack house or building from which drugs are dealt. ="Trap house" is usually used to describe a crack house. However, it is sometimes broadened and used to describe a house More…

trash

(repurposing of "trash") a person who is obsessed with something else, typically a tv show, movie, or other type of work of fiction =This term is used in an ironic sense: you’re More…

Trash /træʃ/

(Conversion or zero derivation) Trash is used to describe an unfavorable or less than optimal situation, person or object. You say something is trash when it is below your standards or it More…

trashed

Characterized by disorientation and usually vomiting as a result of intoxication from excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages. ("Bob felt trashed after too many beers and fled to the More…

Trashed

Extremely intoxicated, often to a point of uncontrolled body movements, loss of memory, and vommitting. Being trashed is the result of excessive alcohol consumption. Similar to the words, More…

travelator

(eponymy (sort of) - association with obstacle on TV show; affixation (-ator) to form noun out of verb) Travelator, N A ramp that must be climbed standing up using the aid of a More…

Travelocity

A popular internet search engine that displays airline, hotel, and rental car fares from different companies simultaneously. ‘Travelocity’ has not quite achieved the status of More…

Trayvonning

(Eponym) The act of lying on the ground in a hoodie and posing with Skittles and Arizona Iced Tea =Waseem participates in the tasteless act of Trayvonning and uploading his photos to the More…

treadmill

the process by which one has the same conversation over and over with a second person while the second person refuses to listen; example – “She keeps obsessing over her weight More…

treal

true to thug life, to hip-hop culture True and real have synonymous meanings. By combining them, perhaps the meaning is magnified. Rappers and their like are consistently trying to keep More…

treal

someone who is loyal and honest Usually used in hip- hop culture to describe something or someone who is both real and true. If someone is said to be real they are usually reliable and More…

treap

A data structure in computer science, modeled after the known structures of a tree and a heap, from which the name is derived. ="So just put those in the treap and copy it to the More…

Treasure trail

the line of hair from the navel to the groin =Pull you shirt down; I can see your treasure trail. Etymology : Probably a compound of treasure and trail. Treasure is used as a euphemism More…

treated

beating by an overwhelming score or defeating another football team =This term is commonly used at A&M University, College Station in the place of "creamed" when referring to More…

Tree

In tennis, to hit shots so far out of one’s regular ability that they appear to be a product of more luck than skill. =Often used in conjunction with the phrase, ‘playing out of one’s More…


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