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8.
to sell something, usually referring to drugs, used heavily at northgate high school, a place where the kids think they are famous drug dealers.
"I'm tryin to slang this 10 sack to a freshman for 40, mayne, do you think he would buy it?"

"yeah man, try it"
by slangemeryday April 12, 2010
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9.
What slackers use when they are too fat and lazy to type an actual word out themselves. Some types of Slang consist of LOL, TTYL, WTF, ROFLMAO, and even the occasional: OMFGYSSILYSFMWYMMRNBCILYSFM! meaning, OH MY FUCKING GOD YOU'RE SO SEXY I LOVE YOU SO FUCKING MUCH WILL YOU MARRY ME RIGHT NOW BECAUSE I LOVE YOU SO FUCKING MUCH! I'm not sure why people are so lazy, but when they use Slang you know they don't feel like talking to you.
"LOL OMG U R SO FNY!"
"Dude, why the Slang? Do you even want to talk to me?
"NT RLY, BUT ITS OK!"
"Well, if you're going to sit here and Slang like that, I don't even wanna talk to YOU!"
"K TTYL ILY"
"Whatever..."
by The non Slangerr. December 13, 2009
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10.
Something like, but not correct
I use slang words to my friends
by Godaddy45 October 21, 2013
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11.
A beautiful girl walking in the street
Look at those two slangs on their way to a party
by teacuppoodle April 28, 2010
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12.
The thug term meaning to sell, as in selling drugs.
" In the hood that I claim I slang on the double 9-9. "

- Wish Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony
by JIN Legion - Jerrard V. Broady February 06, 2009
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13.
Why we have urban dictionary
urban dictionary is a slang dictionary
by DizzyLizzy November 18, 2006
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14.
The natural progression of language by means of:

1.) Abbreviation (bro from brother)
2.) Word reversal (cool and hot for good)

3.) A need for secrecy (dime bag for $10 of pot or 1/10oz of weed)
4.) Degree of separation (green for marijuana)

5.) Expressed honorific (calling a close friend your brother)
6.) Combination (Branjalina for Brad Pit and Angelina Jolie)

7.) Any other word not recognized by the major dictionaries as viable, but which a large portion of the population will understand the meaning of.
Though he did not allow slang to be used in his classroom, Prof. Smith was known to call his students "dude", "man", and "bro" outside of class in a feeble attempt to regain some of his lost youth.
by Sleightflow October 22, 2012
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