(n) 1. the main character in the comic strip of the same name, created by Scott Adams, depicting an empolyee who works in a cubicle for a clueless boss at a large company
2. any real-life office employee who embodies some characteristics of the Dilbert character
3. a loser
See also: Dilbertesque
The young Dilbert tried in vain to sell his boss on the new technology, but his boss told him to shut up and consider himself lucky he even HAS a Coleco.
v. - To get screwed over by a dumb senior management decision.
They Dilberted me again! My boss promised a customer a feature that doesn't exist, and now I'll have to work nights and weekends to implement it.
1. someone who works in a cubicle at a mind-numbing job.
2. a job that is good practice for being dead or in a coma.
Don't ask him about his job, he's a dilbert.
Dilbert is a highly-read comic strip started in 1989 by cartoonist Scott Adams featuring the office life of character Dilbert and his partners: the scheming Dogbert, Ratbert, Wally, often-angry Alice, the ignorant Pointy-Haired Boss, the genious garbage man, and other minor characters. Dilbert is portrayed as a smart, but often work-avoiding, employee. Wally is usually the same. The only hard-working engineer is Alice, but, despite her efforts, has never gotten a raise or any sort of credit for her work. Asok the Intern first appeared in 1996, and, although he is quick coming up with possible solutions to things, he is still naive of the real cruelties of the business world.
In the beginning, Dilbert and his companions were drawn purely by hand, and mailed off to the syndicate. Soon his work got more technology-related, and as of now, Scott Adams draws with no paper: he uses a Wacom
Cintiq 21UX tablet/screen to draw on Adobe Photoshop
. After, he emailed it to the syndicate. Scott Adams claimed that this technique is much more efficient than his previous ones on the Scott Adams Blog.
Guy-"Dilbert is like totally the best comic ever."
Other Guy-"Like, totally."
One who skips large presentations and makes them up infront of a smaller audience.
person 1: Where is Steve, he has his senior project presentation today?
person 2: He is pulling a Dilbert!
A he/she who was thrown on the church steps at birth because it's parents didn't want it and it was a disgrace. It is always neglected.
I had a Dilbert and screamed, so I left it at the church.
1.) To throw a brick at an object or person, often in disgust
That teacher was being pro-noob all day so i dilbert-ed his car after school.