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(preposition) Because of, due to, as a result of — especially when describing the negative consequences of a misstep.

This usage marks a sharp linguistic divergence along ethnic lines: integral to ebonics and related dialects, unrecognized in any white vernacular.
The judge give Nyquilla 30 days behind that foolishness with her babydaddy.
by Big Gus Dickus May 22, 2008
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Basically hooking up wit someone but you ain't tryna let no one know who it is. IF YOU LET PEOPLE KNOW IT AINT NO SNEAKY LINK 🧍 🧍 ♀️.
" My sneaky link REARRANGED me last night y'all don't even know 😫"

"I mean my sneaky link got a girl but he don't even think he straight 🧍 "

"Are you dumb why'd you think I'd tell you their name? Dumbass it's called sneaky link for a reason."
by Doja's simp April 09, 2021
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an abbreviation from a German word "behindert" to express someone or something is retarded, "behind" can be used to desribe a person, a thing or can be used to condemn someone after they did something wrong
Having exams on Saturday is behind
My friends burned the kitchen yesterday, he is behind
by ming@kettering December 14, 2012
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preposition. after; following. Typically suggestive of a cause-and-effect relationship, but it is important to note that this is implied and not stated.
You gonna catch hell behind that bullshit from yesterday.
by LaJeep December 05, 2009
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His behind was behind him but in front of her.
by pimp0r January 22, 2004
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