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float

verb metaphor
to empty or finish the contents of a keg, which also signals the end of the party.
 
No one can leave the floor lock-in until we float the keg.
Etymology : from the keg floating in its ice bath when the beer is finished. 'float' from Old English.
Source : floormate, October 2010
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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