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(1)noun, code word for "victor is currently de-lofting the bed, put on your goggles"

(2)noun, comparable to screaming "fire" in a theatre, only referring to "sex" in a college dormitory and/or hallway.

(3)verb, the act of de-pants-ing a random drunk girl, sex-iling your roommate, and committing acts of treason against the Dominican Republic, while also breaching American "borders" without proof of identification....in other words a beaner boning your white girlfriend....

(4)noun, un parte del cuerpo que los hombres les gustan por las muejeres miran porque es muy grande...a la hombre!!!!
(1) Dios mio, we probably shouldn't go into that room because much fuego occured in the past 4 seconds.
(2) Kid: "Fuego!" Just kidding, but did you see that man having sex in the back hallway? Not too shabby.
(3) After a long night at Peggy's, Victor fuegoed with Esperanza en la cama. The next day he searched for her on facebook and is now worried "she" may not have been a "she".
(4)Victor: Hey Esperanza, did you get a chance to see my fuego last night? No? You're right, it was cold out...Touche, wanna go to Hubbell.
by your friends November 09, 2007
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1.
A random phrase, originated in the webcomic Real Life Comics. Spanish for fire, it has no real significance other than it sounds good when yelled out loud.
"FUEGO!"
"Fuego?"
"FUEGO!"
"Fuego!"
by Brendan Jones March 02, 2004
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2.
It Means Fire In Spanish. It Can Also Mean Gunshot If Used In Proper Sentence Like In Example. It Is Also A Song By Pitbull.
Ten Cuidado Con El Fuego
by latino March 26, 2007
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3.
(adj) Fire weed.

Fuego = Fire in Spanish.
Yo, I got that fuego bud.
by ac May 29, 2007
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4.
"Fire" in Spanish, also used to mean "cool" or "awesome" on the Upper East Coast.
"Yo, I punched some kid in the face for saying 'yolo' the other day, bro."
"Word? That's fuego, bro. Fuck YOLO."
by rollio88 June 27, 2012
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5.
A word that originated from popular cult sitcom "Malcolm in the middle". Used to describe somebody who is attractive. Word originates from spain meaning "fire". Can be used in many different contexts. You can also put a prefix "in" infront of the word to emphasize.
"Did you see that chick yesterday? She was FUEGO"
"Yeaaaah dude, waaay infuego!"
by attia August 13, 2006
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Fuego means different things to different people. To some, Fuego is the glorious passion within. To other's, it's kinky sexy in the back seat of a Ferrari. One thing is for certain, it's always dirty and never used in a respectful way.
"I can see your fuego."
"Stop looking at my fuego, pervert!"
"I think she just had a fuego in the corner."
"This plan is making me fuego."
"I'm going to fuego all over your fuego as you fuego my fuego while strapped in a fuego on the roof with a donkey...fuego"
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