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2 definitions by Uncle Bradley

 
1.
Often found in corporate reports, prospectuses, technical documents, and the like, this expression, which itself subverts the very condition it purports to describe, reassures readers that they're not missing important information. Why readers of corporate reports and technical documents might be thought to be looking for important information is a mystery.
Variants: "The rest of this page intentionally left blank." "This cake intentionally left blank.
by Uncle Bradley July 22, 2010
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Verb meaning to eat a quick meal by gulping something down in your car while on the way to work or a kid’s school recital.
I burgerked a McRib because I was late for my pedicure.

She’s always burgerking instead of sitting down for a proper meal.
by Uncle Bradley December 29, 2011
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