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16.
1) The catergorized emergence of subatomically charged particles over a neon substicle.
2) Touching
3) In accordance to the laws of a remotely unknown, or undiscovered plain, they may also lower the chances of such random occurences and other such Slime Ball
Oh man, what a steel!
by Kola March 31, 2003
 
1.
A handgun.
You carryin' steel?
by d00d June 26, 2003
 
2.
A fucking piece of metal thats strong. ...Stronger than you, I bet.
This piece of steel is fucking owning me!
by Robert Hooke June 25, 2003
 
3.
n. Penis, dick, cock.
I brought that lil' honey home, started kissing on her, and then whipped out the steel, and we went all night long.
by senatorrob05 August 26, 2004
 
4.
rare but awesome surname

steels are better than everyone else
person 1 - "dude what's your surname?".. person 2 - "..steel".. person 1 - "wow you the best man"
by mypseudonymiscoolerthanurs August 13, 2010
 
5.
A weapon, typically a knife or blade of 2-6 inches easily concealed but also pertaining to any weapon made of metal, usually bladed from a trench spike to a sword.

Can also be used to describe a handgun
From Kill Bill:
Hattori Hanzo: What brings you to Okinawa?

The Bride: I'm here to see a man.

Hattori Hanzo: Oh yeah? You have a friend living in Okinawa?

The Bride: Not quite.

Hattori Hanzo: Not a friend?

The Bride: I've never met him.

Hattori Hanzo: Never? Who is he, may I ask?

The Bride: Hattori Hanzo.

Hattori Hanzo: Serious, switches to Japanese What do you want with Hattori Hanzo?

The Bride: Japanese I need Japanese steel.

Hattori Hanzo: Japanese Why do you need Japanese steel?

The Bride: Japanese I have vermin to kill.

Hattori Hanzo: English You must have big rats if you need Hattori Hanzo's steel.

The Bride: English ... Huge.
by Sch0lar June 06, 2011
 
6.
a freakishly large penis.
Hasan is about to steel on that bitch
He totally went steel on him/her
by HerrowBitch69 March 31, 2010
 
7.
A hard, strong, durable, malleable alloy of iron and carbon, with bits of other stuff in it like carbon, maganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, copper, tungsten, cobalt, silicon or a bunch of other impressive-sounding hard things. Its normally used to make structures and other stuff you want to be some-what durable. It also makes your product sound much more safe and cool, like the whole "New-Steel" thing in cars.
To ensure maximum safety and durability, all fisher price products will now be produced from the New-Steel.
by The Black Plague June 22, 2003