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Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for contract

short for contradictory actions
Dave swore he was over his ex-girlfriend, but the words he kept putting on UD about her were contractions- he was projecting again.
by Meadow Soprano October 14, 2005
short for contradictory actions
Dave swore he was over his ex-girlfriend, but the words he kept putting on UD about her were contractions- he was projecting again.
by Meadow Soprano October 14, 2005
Mafia word when a made guy offers a reward to another to kill a specific person.
For cooperating with the police, I'm going to put out a contract on his head.
by GF Ed February 07, 2005
the act of smoking a butt
mawq: siga do you want to go outside and have?
siga: i fucking love to have.
by mawqandcheese October 23, 2011
What straight couples have legally and commonly don't want, and what gay couples don't have legally and commonly want.
Irony in the first degree.
by raspberry (lust) muffin May 27, 2005
A movement founded by myself, promoting conservation of energy, in an effort to postpone entropy. Followers are looked upon not as leeches to society, but activists, bailing out the universe from imminent doom with a cry of reason, often drowned out by shrills of "duuurrrr" from every dronish, hard-working idiot in the world.
I'm no fuckin' Republican; I'm lazy.
by Lanan May 10, 2005

A shortened form of a word or phrase.

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Types of abbreviations:

There are four main kinds of abbreviations: shortenings, contractions, initialisms, and acronyms. 1 Shortenings of words usually consist of the first few letters of the full form and are usually spelled with a final period when they are still regarded as abbreviations, for example, cont. = continued, in = inch. In the cases when they form words in their own right, the period is omitted, for example, hippo = hippopotamus, limo = limousine. Such shortenings are often but not always informal. Some become the standard forms, and the full forms are then regarded as formal or technical, for example, bus = omnibus, taxi = taxicab, deli = delicatessen, zoo = zoological garden. Sometimes shortenings are altered to facilitate their pronunciation or spelling: bike = bicycle2 Contractions are abbreviated forms in which letters from the middle of the full form have been omitted, for example, Dr. = doctor, St. = saint or street. Such forms are invariably followed by a period. Another kind of contraction is the type with an apostrophe marking the omission of letters: can't = cannot, didn't = did not, you've = you have. 3 Initialisms are made up of the initial letters of words and are pronounced as separate letters: CIA (or C.I.A.), NYC, pm (or p.m.), U.S. (or US). Practice varies with regard to periods, with current usage increasingly in favor of omitting them, especially when the initialism consists entirely of capital letters. 4 Acronyms are initialisms that have become words in their own right, or similar words formed from parts of several words. They are pronounced as words rather than as a series of letters, for example, AIDS, laser, scuba, UNESCO, and do not have periods. In many cases the acronym becomes the standard term and the full form is only used in explanatory contexts.

An example of an abbreviation is abbr, which is short for "abbreviation".

by Jafje September 01, 2007
When two people agree on a subject.
Girl: Tommy, lets make an agreement. I call the key lime, you get the pudding.

Guy: Okay. *Inside head: HELL YESSSS*
by PlatypusFTW January 29, 2012