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1.
To be firmly committed to a decision, preference, opinion, affiliation, etc. This phrase is actually most commonly used in the negative to imply one's flexibility on a subject or lack of staunchness for a particular decision.
dude 1: "Anyone have a preference were we go for dinner?"

dude 2: "Let's go to Wendy's. Not that I'm married to the idea, but a frosty sounds real good right now."

dude 1: "Wendy's it is!"
by joelh April 29, 2008
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