6 definitions by Caltha.

(Short for "cumulative".)

1. The combined averages of a student's GPA.
n. "Joe's CUME was barely high enough to apply for most colleges."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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1. A term originally used to define Robin in the comic book series 'Batman and Robin'; Batman is a superhero and Robin is his younger sidekick.

2. A complimentary term for Robin, generally used by the fictional Gotham police force and media.

3. A complimentary term for any male based on skill or personality, usually holding some degree of good-natured humour or irony.

4. A sarcastic, derogatory term used to compare a male to a less respected view of Robin; a boy-toy, or kept male with no power and some implication of homosexuality.
n. "And once again, the world was saved thanks to Batman and the BOY WONDER."

n. "Jess, you saved the mainframe! You're a real BOY WONDER."

n. "Look at that BOY WONDER in the corner. The guy has more glitz on than my little sister did on prom night."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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1. The modification or alteration of a computer case.

2. To change the appearance or function of the protective casing around a computer harddrive.
n. "When Rhett had finally finished his CASEMOD, his computer was indistinguishable from a toaster oven."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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1. To express views on a subject or idea for a noticeably extended period of time.

2. To express incoherent or nonsense thoughts.

3. Semi-derogatory or self-effacing term for speech patterns that tend to drag on.
v. "Jamie RAMBLED on about casemods for so long, his friends fell asleep."

v. "..but then Tommy said that it was HIS fault and I really don't think it was, but it might have been, except m.. oh, god, am I RAMBLING? Sorry."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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(Short for "grade-point average".)

1. The average of a student's grades, or school marks, over a period of time.

2. A student's mark in the 4-point American grading system.
n. "Most colleges require a 4.0 GPA for admittance."

n. "Tom's GPA was so low, he was unable to participate in school activities."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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(Short for tranquilizer.)

1. A sedative, or the act of sedating.

2. Any chemical substance used for calming a human or animal through injection or ingestion.
n. "The TRANQs are kept in the emergency medical locker by the gauze."

v. "The bear was TRANQed so that officials could safely transport it back into the wild."

v. "You need to TRANQ out, man, it isn't the end of the world."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
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