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Tungsten is an element on the Periodic Table with the symbol "W". "W" is sometimes referred to as WIN. So this means that Tungsten = Win.
After I kicked butt on that Chemistry Test, I threw up the Tungsten to show my victory to my friends.
by Sharpedo November 12, 2010
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A metallic element on the periodic table with an atomic number of 74. It has the highest melting point of all metals and is otherwise cool.
When I said I wanted some tungsten, I did not mean molybdenum. Tungsten pwns molybdenum any day of the Muslim calendar.
by eszett March 08, 2003
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Used to describe something that is unbelievably good or funny.

Taken from the camera setting tungsten, which makes people appear more tanned, vivid and generally attractive. Most commonly used among asian nationalities residing in western countries, based on a long standing love affair with the camera.
'Last night was so tungsten'
'That photo was so tungsten, it's definitely going on facebook'
by Juniortungsten July 29, 2009
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Tungsten is used as a word to describe anything that can be bad or good, much like the smurfs fill their sentences with the word 'smurf'.
"The porn marathon at my house this weekend is gonna' be so fucking Tungsten." - Matt

"You know that shit's Tungsten" - Kas
by Matt n Kas October 15, 2004
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A dumbass idiot who has low morals and would do anything for money. Someone who is loud and brash and just sounds like an idiot when they talk. Has a very low IQ and is probably the dumbest person out of the group. Very perverded and engages in sexual acts with random things.
Man, Mattingly is such a Tungsten for licking the toilet seat for money.
by black magic January 07, 2008
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The name of a retard who has several disorders, which include Narcoleptzy, epileptic seizures, and a severe amount of crickness. This person eats there own shit.
"Damn it Tungsten, you are a fucking idiot."-the father

"Really? OMG nawaww i love you dad...ZZZZZZ"-Tungsten
by RLOVE March 03, 2003
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