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17 definitions by SpeedoThreeSixty

"I'm 121 years old."
"Lyer!!!"
by SpeedoThreeSixty December 21, 2020
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Bemused. This is the adjective derived from the verb nonplus.

Oxford Dictionary:
nonplussed: (of a person) surprised and confused so much that they are unsure how to react.

Part of speech: adj.
The battle was so bemusing and preliminary that they were nonplussed.
by SpeedoThreeSixty December 27, 2021
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Pretty damn quick. More commonly referred to as ASAP (as soon as possible).
"Well, you better get your homework done P.D.Q.."
by SpeedoThreeSixty December 27, 2021
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quasi-
kwāˌzī,ˈkwäzē/
combining form
prefix: quasi-
1. seemingly; apparently but not really.
"quasi-American"
Similar:

supposedly
seemingly
apparently
allegedly
reportedly
professedly
ostensibly
on the face of it
to all appearances
on the surface
to all intents and purposes
outwardly
superficially
purportedly
nominally
by one's/its own account
on paper
pseudo-
pretendedly
ostensively
supposed
seeming
apparent
alleged
reported
ostensible
purported
nominal
so-called
would-be
bogus
sham
phoney
imitation
artificial
mock
ersatz
fake
forged
feigned
pretended
simulated
false
spurious
counterfeit
fraudulent
deceptive
pretend
put-on
fakey
cod
ostensive
- being partly or almost.
"quasicrystalline"
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partly
partially
in part
part
to a certain extent/degree
to a limited extent/degree
to some extent/degree
half
in some measure
relatively
comparatively
moderately
(up) to a point
a little
somewhat
almost
nearly
very nearly
just about
all but
not totally
not wholly
not entirely
not fully
incompletely
Origin
LATIN
quasi --> quasi-
as if,
almost
from Latin quasi 'as if, almost'.
Spanish synonym: casi
"everybody gangsta 'till CSS pseudo-elements are called quasi-elements"
by SpeedoThreeSixty February 19, 2021
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1. The person is using a phone to type instead of a computer, as an excuse for typing slowly or typing with horrible grammar. Commonly used angrily and/or childishly.
2. The person is using a phone and wants you to getaway.
1. "You type really slow," I typed. "Im on a phone dumbass," they replied.
2. "My kid needs milk," I said. "Im on a phone dumbass," they replied, putting their phone up to my face.
by SpeedoThreeSixty November 16, 2020
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