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A hispanic/spanish/latin mini-mart, kind of like a 7-11, but usually smaller and more like a liquor store atmosphere. Commonly used term on the east coast, especially in the New York City region, where you will find many of these. The word came from the actual spanish word for "grocery store" - la bodega.
Go to the corner bodega and get a couple of 40s.
by Gabriella June 23, 2004
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Taken in the contest of the song Baby's Got Back by Sir-Mix-Alot he is referring to Florence Griffith Joyner a track athlete in the 1988 Olympics who defiantly fits all the other descriptions of what he likes in women mentioned in that song. Not some soda why on earth would you want to keep your women like a soda anyway?
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I'll keep my women like Flo Jo
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1. A small grocery store, often found in a Spanish-speaking neighborhood.

2. In a Spanish-speaking country, a wine shop or a warehouse for the storage of wine.

1. I'm off to a bodega to buy some groceries.
2. I'm off to a bodega to buy some wine.
by Jafje April 10, 2007
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Place on the corner were you can score some weed.
Dave went down to the bodegas on the corner to score some weed.
by J Hurd April 11, 2007
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In Canada, a neighbourhood corner store, not part of a large chain, that is being used as a front to sell drugs. There will be some legitimate business selling soda, cigarettes, and candy bars, but most of the aisles in the store will be full of liquidation merchandise covered in a thick layer of dust.
"If you're going to the bodega, pick me up a pack of smokes."
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