3 definitions by amhl

Top Definition
What ESL (English as a second language) students say when they mix up the expressions "hit the hay" / "hit the sack" with "go to bed".
ESL student: I want to hit the bed now.

Native English speaker: Why? Are you unhappy or something? And why the bed?
by amhl December 21, 2011
mal-LUH-fit. noun.
Opposite of benefit. Something that is bad, a drawback or disadvantage.

from latin mal meaning bad and fit meaning to make or to do.
The benefit of taking a gap year is the relaxation and the possibility of travel, the malafit is that you don't want to go to college afterwards.
by amhl May 06, 2009
mal-LUH-fit. noun.
Opposite of benefit. Something that is good, or disadvantage.

from latin mal meaning bad and fit meaning to make or to do.
The benefit of taking a gap year is the relaxation and the possibility of travel, the malafit is that you don't want to go to college afterwards.
by amhl May 06, 2009

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