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1.
To rob or steal quickly in an inner city- usually accompanied by an unnecessary beating. The act of drapsing someone can be a planned ambush attack or an opportunistic hit.
My man Neil had his phone snatched when he was out walking and gave chase (with the help of a supposedly helpful passer-by, who said he knew of the offender). The chase led into a wooded area of a park...but when they caught up with thief, the sitution turned poor for my man as the "helpful" passer-by turned on him. Others poorly emerged from nearby bushes and proceeded to drapes my man of funds and his watch whilst administating a needless beating.
by The Extractor May 20, 2006
 
2.
A rebel. Opposite of a square. Taken from John Water's classic film Crybaby
My daughter is a good little girl she would never be seen with one of those drapes!
by skept February 07, 2005
 
3.
To drag or forcibly remove someone from where they are, usually a vehicle or a chair. Usually followed by a par of some sort, generally the removal of ones belongings, although being drapes'd is a par in its own right.

Made popular by Tempa T in song Next Hype.
"DRAPES! GET OUT THE CAR!"

"Man went toilet and came back and one fossy was in my seat. So obviously I had to drapes man."
by El-Negro September 25, 2011
 
4.
A synonym for Swag steezy or whatever ..
"Yo Bro That shirt is mad Drape "
"I'm Draped As Fuck with my Jordan Concords"
by saaaywaht December 23, 2011
 
5.
The act of a female lightly dangling their floppy labia on someone's face. This is the female equivalent of teabagging.
That girl drapes everybody when they pass out.
by PootPoot June 27, 2014
 
6.
A verb describing the act of draping (Dance raping).

Drape is when one party, forces another party into the act of dancing. Whilst the tools of the drapest are more psychological then physical the extend of the arsenal of the drapest are not fully understood.
i was at a club the other night and saw a guy getting completely draped in front of me.
by manoos July 23, 2014
 
7.
To Drape= To hang. Originated from the word "drape" like drapes that hang on windows.

To whore around.
I like to drape on my best friends boyfriend. NBD.
by Hoagie1234 June 06, 2011