Top Definition
Stands for "Take the loss". Frequently used to describe flunking a test, being dumped, being stood up, being beaten up or robbed, or losing one's money in the stock market, gambling, or through exploitative business schemes.
I really took the L on that history exam.
by cazort August 25, 2003
'Take the L' means 'take the loss.'

This became really popular for some reason, and is often used when someone gets roasted or when they loose/fail (at) something.
Lol, Ricegum came out with a new diss track about Jacob Sagitarus! He's gonna take the L again!😂😂
by Lia and lidi July 05, 2016
"L" stands for Loss. Originally used to describe one's disposition of engaging in an activity that he/she does not particularly like.

A typical comment made by 12 year olds while arguing on mainstream Youtube music videos.

Oftentimes spammed or used at irrelevant situations.
-I totally flunked my math exam yesterday...
-Just take the L bro.
by Misanjin July 23, 2016
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