18 definitions by T.D.

1) To regard an act or object.
2) The act of hitting a person.
3) A gauge, such as a speedometer.
4) To gauge, to estimate, to time.
1) You clockin' that hot AMG?
2) Try to steal my AMG, I'll clock you.
3) These new 340 km/h AMG clocks rule!
4) Cop clocked me at 340 in my AMG!
by T.D. January 20, 2003
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A shooting from a moving vehicle that
simplifies get-away. Also "drive-by".
by T.D. January 20, 2003
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Rolling in a fine ride with the general
intent to enjoy ostenstation, prestige.
Once my Brabus dubs show up, I'll be
flossin' with the S class like it ain't
no thang.
by T.D. January 20, 2003
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Any forty ounce bottle of alcohol. May be used to casually refer to any .40 calibre firearm.
Sawed off shotgun / hand on the pump / left hand on a forty / puffin' on a blunt
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Urban slang. To put up a facade or make appearances, typically to impress or in some way deceive to maintain image. From 'to front'.
He be frontin' - that Benz be a rental!
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Common and usually derogatory term used as a blanket explanation for the complex and popular resurgence of automotive culture among young adults, particular in terms of small-displacement Japanese
import modified vehicles.

Variances within the scene - with some cars barely modified, others heavily
massaged to generate impressive power, many optimized for handling, others still intended entirely for show/stereo competitions - have resulted in a great deal of criticism and confusion.

A compounding factor, historically, has been the reluctance of Japanese makers to export their most impressive hardware to North American markets. This trend is showing signs of reversing.
Those ricers. Don't they realize that internal combustion engineering progress topped out with the pushrod?
by T.D. January 20, 2003
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Derogatory term once used by domestic motorcycle enthusiasts to deride the new Japanese motorcycles that were coming to market.

Recently adopted by critics of a recent wave of self-modified Japanese import
automobiles, particularly those that are held to have been altered in poor taste.

Critics defend the use of the term due to the garish appearance and lacking performance of some such vehicles. Some critics, however, often cannot discern accurately the difference between merely garish modified vehicles and those that are tuned to high-performance levels.

The term 'rice' is intended to describe the "Japanese" nature of the offending vehicles. Modified small-displacement cars, however, are increasingly seem to be both domestic and imported.
We ran a few rice rockets on the freeway last night, smoked some guy in his S2000 but the guy in the Supra twin-turbo took our asses to school!
by T.D. January 20, 2003
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