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In use in South Africa in the 60s and 70s - means to drive at excessive speed. When two or more vehicles are involved, a 'burn' became a 'dice'
"Hey, Jack, those are nice wheels. let's go for a burn."
by Mike Hawkins September 12, 2005
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1.
(1) slang: to disrespect someone (to diss); to make fun of someone; used by a third party after a first party makes fun of a second party. Brought back to life by the ever-popular That 70's Show.

(2) slang: to smoke marijuana or any other drug used with fire, to get high. see burn out

(3) verb: to char or scorch something using fire
(1) Child: "Mom, did people really use the word 'BURN!' in the 70's?"
Mother: "No."
Child: Oh, BURN!

(2) Stoner 1: Man, are we gonna get burnt out today?
Stoner 2: I don't know, it isn't 420

(3) Tony watched the logs burn in the fire.
by THE ALL KNOWING AMY May 05, 2004
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2.
An exclamatory response, generally used by a third party after someone has just received an insult.
"She said you had a small penis? Oh, BURN!"
by Agrajag November 10, 2002
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3.
To be thoroughly humiliated or insulted to the point where you cannot return with a comeback.
Fred was "burned" by his friends for admitting to liking Limp Bizkit.
by Griffinfuhrer January 01, 2005
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4.
smoke weed
lets burn
by jgrizz September 01, 2003
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5.
An exclamation used to imply that one has just been insulted with no chance of rebuttal.
"...and that's how you contracted herpes! BURN!"
by Hippy on a Bicycle October 27, 2003
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6.
slang for a serious insult; verbal ownage
"ooooh, that's a burn!!"
by Dirge February 01, 2005
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7.
1. v. to infect someone with veneral disease.
2. to add data or music to a blank CDR
3. to set something on fire
1. She burned me! I have pus dripping out of my dick.
2. Burn me a copy of the CD.
3. Burn the evidence before the cops get here.
by reptiles October 04, 2002
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