Exchanging, peering, carrying or otherwise handling large quantities of data traffic on your ISP company's equipment, bound for network or computer systems other than your own. Especially as applied on large area networks such as the Internet.
An adjective, in Latin American Spanish, that refers to an individual as being high on Special K, usually as evidenced by widened pupils, crossed or wonky eyes, garbled or slurred speech, inability to move or orient oneself in space or time, and possibly drooling. In English, this can be referred to as being in a k hole.
Friend 1: What's wrong with you man? You look like you're about to fall over!
An adjective, in Latin American Spanish, that refers to an individual as being high on acid or LSD, usually as evidenced by widened pupils, sweating, and talking too much, too loudly, or about obscure subject matter. Referred to in English as tripping.
Friend 1: WOW! Carlos was talking my ear off last night at the festival! What was he on?
Friend 2: Yeah man, he was all acidiao! I couldn't understand what he was even talking about!
An adjective, in Latin American Spanish, that refers to an individual as being high on a stimulant or upper, usually cocaine or meth, characterized by narrow pupils, sweating, excessive and rapid speech, and generalized hyperactivity. In English, this is referred to as being geeked.
Friend 1: What idiot gave Kimmy a line of coke last night?
Friend 2: It was some guy trying to get her to sleep with him. Little did he know how geeked she would get and talk his ear off instead!