76 definitions by Coell

In poker, a hand that needs a jack to improve.
"If I don't get a jack on the river, my straight's gonna be a flat tire."
by Coell May 12, 2005
The degree of formality when related to the workplace, most often with clothing.

formal > business formal > business casual > casual

Companies will require employees to wear business formal in corporate or financial environments, executive and management positions, or when interacting with high-caliber customers.

Business casual is more common in small cities and among mid- and entry-level employees. Some business formal companies have Business Casual Fridays.

When in doubt, it is better to overdress than to wear clothes too casual, so as not to be reprimanded by the suits.

"Dress for the job you want, not the job you have."
Business formal: Suits

Business casual: Sweater, collar without a necktie, polo, vendor swag, blouse, black/brown/navy/gray trousers, pressed khakis.

Casual: Dockers, denim jeans, shorts, t-shirts, linen.
by Coell July 06, 2005
Motorized shopping carts to carry and assist the elderly and disabled in grocery stores.
Some GILF in an amigo swooped in and grabbed the last jar of Jack's Special Salsa.
by Coell November 10, 2005
Brittish slang for correct or okay. Phrase taken from sports, where an action (play) is judged whether or not it qualifies or is within the rules.
"You must be pissed, mate."
"I've had a few, fair play."
by Coell March 16, 2006
In poker, to continue playing a hand that will not win as-is, but needs one or two specific cards to make it a winner. Odds are that you will not catch the card you need and loose betting respect at the table.
I had three hearts, so I chased the flush to the river and missed.

I call your all-in, you chaser.
by Coell November 10, 2005
(v) To make a candle melt evenly by pushing the warm outer wax toward the center with your thumb or palm.
Multiple-wick candles will last much longer if you let them burn long enough for the whole top to melt and then hug them every time you blow them out.
by Coell May 12, 2005

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