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Renormalization

(Noun) It is a term used to describe the return to normalcy of a particular event. However it also has a meaning in physics where renormalization refers to techniques used to treat infinities More…

Renoting

The act of taking notes on a book or subject when prior note taking of the same book or subject has already occurred It was used because the students were tired and it was late. =I still More…

rent

clipped form meaning parent, always used in the plural form 'rents' =How are the rents doin? Etymology : Clipping of parents =neighbor

rent

parent Reason used: The word seems to have been used to change the older, possibly more boring word “parent” into something shorter and catchier. =The rents must not love me. More…

rent-estate10

(noun) The definition of “rent estate” is nearly the exact same as real estate except for it is talking strictly in terms of leasing property instead of buy and sell like real estate refers More…

rental

parent =A term commonly used by teens to describe their parents to friends of similar age Etymology : parent > parental unit > rental unit > rental: a clipping of the term More…

Rentals

(Also conversion of parental from Adj to Noun) Rentals, N - Parents [From 'parental', affixation of -s 'Pl.' causing conversion to a noun, clipping of PA from Latin More…

Rents

Parents or authority figures. Slang term used by teens and youths to talk to each other when referring to their parents or legal guardians. Possibly used to deemphasize the authority that More…

rep

Rep, V To represent [Clipping of resent from represent] =The fact that this word probably started, and is most commonly used among, teenagers probably has to do with its informal nature More…

rep (2)

to represent =Used in youth slang. Clipping, it seems, is currently a particularly common word formation type, especially in slang (i.e. def for definitely) Rep follows this trend. More…

rep (3)

To represent. =Used informally but not considered to be slang. May be used in more formal contexts (such as news headlines) to save space. Etymology : Clipping of the word “represent” More…

Repaginate

To redefine the page breaks, line breaks, and renumber the pages in a computer document file, especially seen after significant changes have been made. Apparent meaning: based on the very More…

repigmentize

(and derivation) To regain pigment =This word comes from a scifi television show, which means that the characters encounter many new situations for which there are limited vocabulary to use More…

Republican't

Indicating that the speaker opposes the principles of the Republican Party Like all political satire, this Democratic one-liner is meant to poke fun at their political rivals, deliver a More…

Republicrat

A Republican Congressman that frequently supports and votes in favor of traditionally Democratic issues. =The current Republicrats in office have rammed the prescription drug bill that More…

Repug

(Clipping or blending/clipping) Republican =Possibly used to describe Republicans as being bully like and rude. Alternatively the term may refer to Republicans by describing them as being More…

requestion

a request made in the form of a question Interpretation of intended meaning a request made in teh formation of a question =the person meant to say "I have a question" but since a request More…

Rerack

To rearrange the rack in a drinking game into a different formation, usually one that is easier to shoot at =A blend of the prefix “re” which means again with the word “rack” representing More…

Reraze

to destroy a structure or place after it has been destroyed and rebuilt a coined term to describe a state of constant destruction and rebuilding =Florida just keeps getting rerazed. More…

rerecommend

To reinforce another’s recommendation The word was used in reply to an existing post that recommended a product, saying that the poster would “rerecommend this product because I More…


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