When you use mechanical implants to improve upon oneself and use sunglasses where others can't
by Chantoxxtreme August 24, 2013
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Sara augmented their penii by putting on a torrid show
by larstait October 13, 2003
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Adding to something, make it better.
-reads cookie recipe-

Box; "add 1 tsp of vanilla and 2 cups of unicorn barf"
Augmenting --> -adds 2 tsp of vanilla and 4 cups of unicorn barf-

-music plays in background-

by Alex Monelo December 1, 2015
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Augmented reality blurs the line between what’s real and what’s computer-generated.
Its like a WOW feeling when you’ve experienced this augmented reality.
by darkfable March 31, 2011
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Augmented Reality, is the technology used in Pokémon Go and in the ARknet social media app.
You can create ArKs which are floating interactive pictures only visible around you when using your smartphones.📱
This Arknet app with Augmented Reality is cool.
by 69Love August 11, 2019
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A real estate leasing technique whereby the landlord and tenant cooperate to sublet a portion of the property or unit, and split the rent revenue (and responsibilities) of the sublease. Unlike traditional subletting, the tenant remains in the unit/property along with the subtenant. Unlike just getting a roommate, there is a hierarchy between the tenant and subtenant. The tenant assumes some (but not all) of the landlord's responsibilities, effectively becoming more than just a tenant. He is an Augmented Tenant. Hence the term Augmented Tenancy.
How could a Stacey, a single mom with three kids, afford to rent such a large house? She signed an Augmented Tenancy lease with her landlord, which basically reduced her rent in half. Now THAT's real affordable housing!
by The Realtor Guy December 18, 2018
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Cybernetic and/or Nanotech enhancements to the human body which provide either increased functionality of current abilities or entirely new capabilities.
His biomechanical augmentations allowed him to see in the dark and jump 30 feet into the air!
by Michael Nelson July 23, 2004
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