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1.
A magic button that changes 1 into !, what some people forget.
LOL OMG WTF 1111111111111111111111111
by XD147 August 22, 2005
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2.
shift means the same as to meet someone. people used to use it all the time,in ireland, back in the day when everyone watched 'den 2' religiously when they came home from school and when they'd spend their evenings with their friends looking for more 10p coins to buy another Mr.Freeze or three. Shifting was innocent, and it was fun! then you became a teenager and shifting had two meanings; you could just meet him or you could go all the way if you wanted to! help revive an old word and bring it back into 21st century conversation by using the word 'shift' NOW!!!! they brought back wispa's so bring back shifting too!!!!!!!!! go on, you know you want to, go out and shift him NOW!!!
Emma:"eh, will you shift my friend?"

James McEvoy:"Ok!" (in a really sexy scottish accent)
*****
Boy1: "D'ye shift her yet?"

Boy2: "No,i got this talk at school and i'm going to become a priest."

*awkward silence*

Boy1: "emm...o-kay then..." runs away.
**********
Emma: "OMG you shifted James McEvoy, you are like THE uber-shifter now!"

Aoife: "The what?!!"

Emma: "ehh, never mind! anyway did you shift him, or did you, you know, shift him?!"

by kinky boots sidekick October 28, 2008
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3.
To "get away with" another person, snog,
I shifted "yer wan" last night!
by Jonny Wishbone January 30, 2003
269 166
 
4.
To french-kiss, make out, meet, score, flick, etc.
Rachel: Will you shift that guy over there?

Stacy: No.

Rachel: Why not, he's goodlooking!

Stacy: He's wearing a skeleton costume.
by whatthehellareyousaying July 22, 2009
192 101
 
5.
To kiss with tongue mostly used in west and northwest of rural ireland at teenage discos.
Will you shift my friend on the chairs?
by lolerzx April 11, 2012
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6.
To kiss passionately using tongues.

see the below example.

this is a shift, dont believe the other rubbish.

use the power of the shift.
i like to shift girls
h t t p ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkEimy0xGTk
by Dog Licker October 17, 2012
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7.
Used to describe a french kiss in Ireland
Did ya shift him/her last night? Meaning did you kiss him / her(tongue action involved!)
You shifted the face of him/her last night (You were kissing him/ her passionately last night!)
by silverstar May 13, 2013
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