Used as a replacement for yes, of course, blatently, i agree, why not or anything in the affirmative.
by k8 May 05, 2004
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by Fubar69 May 08, 2008
Originates from the Core language found in High Wycombe, England. Comes from the concept of blending/shortening words. It means blatent but is shortened to simply 'blate'.
by Simjob March 28, 2005
"it is blate that gafetti is style"
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