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bean-dar

verb;
to perpetrate a malicious act against someone I honestly don’t have the faintest idea how this word was invented; context, here, is everything. Again someone’s personal vocabulary, so I don’t think it’s in common use. But it does show how inventive people can be, and furthermore how flexible language is, because, whether or not there's a specific meaning, the jist of the threat was clear.
 
I'm gonna bean-dar that kid!
Source : Friend's dad, referring to a hated son-in-law
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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