A person who is as real as they get. Someone of pure intent.
Yeah...my baby , she's a "TRUE" . She's real as you get , she'd never play me like that.


Hey ya'll know Tommy? Ya he's a "TRUE" he be livin' his dreams out, not caring what them haters think.
by LissaM July 25, 2013
A word commonly used as a synonym for cool at Bear Creek Secondary School; Barrie, Ontario.
Student 1: I have to use the bathroom.
Student 2: True.

Student 1: I fucking hate that 'true' fad going around.
Student 2: True.
by AGurlLykeYew January 10, 2012
This word can be used in 2 ways.

1. Used to state that something that someone previously said, is in fact, true.

2. Used by douchebag tools that always say it after someone says something. Sometimes being irrelevant to what the person just said.
Example 1.

Teacher: The earth is a sphere. Student, what is the answer?

Student: True.

Example 2.

Person: Yo broski I just got these sick-ass headphones!

Douche: True.
by Non-Douchebag January 03, 2011
A common expression which can act as a response to a plethora of questions or statements.
"What are you doing tonight?"
"Going to the ball game with my family."

"What was the math homework?"
"Page Eight Evens."
"Oh, true."

"That girl is so damn goofy!"
by MistyDowns January 23, 2009
The latest teenage buzz word. It is used to express interest, disbelief, or sheer stupidity.
"This is the mitochondrion. It is often referred to as the power house of the cell. It contains its own set of DNA and has its own nucleus."

"Oh. True?"

"Francesco Petrarca or 'Petrarch' was an early Italian humanist."

"Oh. True?".
by ErasmusXIV December 12, 2010
1.) to speak the truth
2.) A human male who resembles the mutant humans in "I Am Legend", normally speaks out of turn and cracks not funny jokes, and then laughs at himself. Likes to harass girls, and do weird things that no one thinks is funny at all.
Dude, don't be a true, that joke was so fucking corny.
by mynAMEISrolyat May 14, 2008
A high-end denim jeans brand. True Religion jeans feature the trademark Japanese hiragana 'hi' or 'ひ' on its back pockets.

Authentic trues are often horrendously expensive, especially when bought anywhere other than in the United States of America.

Their target market seems to be people who have gigantic legs because a big, big majority of the jeans they manufacture are straight or bootcut fitting (Billy, Bobby, Ricky, etc.), meaning anyone who wants the coolest designs and has an average male leg will need to buy a pair with an uncomfortably small waist size or else it will feel like walking around with cargos 2 sizes too wide. Either that or wear a belt for the rest of your life. Even slimmer jeans such as Nathan are as loose-fitting if not more so compared to Levi's 514 Slim Straight.

Their jeans tend to stretch and fade slightly more than other brands such as Levi's depending on whether they are 'Big T' or 'Super Big T' and which colour you choose. The quality longevity really isn't all that incredible unless you want to constantly go the extra mile to care for these jeans. That being said, when a good-fitting pair is found, True Religion's are among the most comfortable jeans to wear for any occasion.

At the end of the day, unless you are in love with the designs and have found a good fitting pair to buy, there is little reason whatsoever to shell out more than $150 for a pair of these jeans. btw they make ur ass look big.
1: "See that nammer over there with the trues?"
2. "Yeah I'm getting sick and tired of seeing these kind of people wear such expensive jeans and treat them like that."
1: "What do you mean?"
2: "Firstoff, he's 5'5" and the inseam on those is clearly at least a 34. See how wrecked the ends are? Secondly, he's wearing a goddamn North Face vest with that. I think we can both agree that that those two combine for one of the worst wardrobe combinations in history. It's a waste of a nice pair of jeans."
by whatupribs May 02, 2011
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