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Shorthand for "implying."
Originated from greentext.
Example 1:

A) Everyone on Youtube is saying that it sucks.
B) >basing anything on Youtube comments.

Example 2:
A) Hey did you buy that game yet?
B) >Buying games.*

*See /v/
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1. A symbol used to show that x is greater than (or more than) y.

2. Symbol used to represent "own" or "pwn.
13 > 3

I > you
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In the latest slang, you can use this for not only numbers but for words, too.
If you think Cats are better than dogs, you put this:


Then it should mean "Cats are greater than Dogs."
But don't use '<'. It's a waste of time, just say it's greater. Not
Beer > you
'Beer owns you'
'Beer is better than you'
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1. Denoting that something, which comes directly before the symbol, is "greater" than whatever directly follows the symbol, either literally or in an opinionated sense.

2. Scorning, making fun of, or laughing at a particular group, object or idea (can be used multiple times to create a greater effect).
1. 6 > 5.

2. No way, man. Steak > Chicken.

3. >Colts.


1.) >Start of season being canceled
2.) What...?
1.) >David Stern
1.) >Derek Fisher
2.) Dude...
1.) >NBA
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The greater than/less than sign is used to compare two things, usually for expressing an opinion.
Pie > Cake

Vikings > Jedi > Ninjas > Pirates
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