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(acronym) Abbreviation for radio used by police stating a subject/person is deceased, particularly in reference to drug overdoses.
In his standard chameleon-style voice Trooper Baker stated in his transmission “ subject was found at the premises, subject was DRT so emergency medical attention is not required...”. ‘Shit’ he thought, I was looking to make an arrest too’. Looking over the corpse, and someone’s son he spat, “Why’d ya have to be dead for, you junk-o loser?”
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A term used to reference cannabis/marijuana/weed.
This Jazz Cabbage got me zooted. Jazz Cabbage is less harmful than Squares. I’m smoking that Jazz Cabbage boy.
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Dead Right There

Used by EMT's/Paramedics to describe a dead person that no treatment will bring back, thus being left in the position they were found for the coroner or funeral home.
He got hit by a truck and there's barely anything left. Definitely a DRT.
by NM 53 October 16, 2005
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In the emercency services sector ie fire,police,ems refers to a dead person ;means "dead right there"
What we got? the guys got GRS+2 (gun shot wounds,shot twice) he is DRT.
by trulov429 January 08, 2010
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Dead Right There, usually in a dramatic fashion like being hit by a bus or jumping off a building.
That guy jumped off the building and was DRT.
by City Pig July 10, 2009
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Initials refering to a unfortunate criminal.
Dead Right There
The homeowner shot the intruder and he was DRT.
by Andrew Russell February 06, 2004
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