(Rhymes with dose.) The period of time one spends in jail after being found guilty and sentenced. A jail-stay. Passing time. As infinitive verb form, "to jose" means to ride out one's stay in jail. To endure a boring, uncomfortable, or painful situation.
1. "How long is your jose man?" "Only six months, this time."
2. "Damn, this is my fourth jose since my grandmother died."
3. "How's it goin' man?" "Just josin', how's it with you?"
4. "Hey man, how's married life?" "It's like one long jose, with no parole in sight."
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