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a girl that will come over to "spend time" with ya
company came over for the bed warming party
by strangler May 29, 2003
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A catch all word to describe anything that is basic, uncool or untrendy. According to The New York Times, "cheugy (pronounced chew-gee) can be used, broadly, to describe someone who is out of date or trying too hard."

Things that are cheugy:

The New York Times
PT Cruisers
Goldendoodles

Australians

Addison Rae
White people
Billionaires

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by Callmemaybe69 May 04, 2021
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In the family way; husband; wife; significant other; children; cousins; aunts and uncles;

Example: Reynolds & Company means the Reynolds family.
Company: family, husband, wife, significant other, children, cousins, aunts and uncles
by PinkBathatique December 24, 2015
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Reference made to other people, usually who are not important or cool enough to explicitly name; those who fall into the background but are still worth hanging out with because of their potential or willingness to be gophers...

Note: it is possible to elevate yourself from this lower-level position ("company") to a higher status but it requires pleasing members of the upper echelon!
Cool Girl#1: Yo, let's have an end-of-summer party.

Cool Dude#1: Great idea. Let's be sure to email lots of people.

Cool Girl #1: Yeah...I'll invite Cool Girl #2, Cool Guy #2, Cool Girl #3, Cool Guy #4...and company.

Cool Dude #1: Nice but I hope they don't bring the any fobs, momo's or chicken wings.
by RJB! August 26, 2009
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A chick, that you bring to your place usually only after 11 o'clock, to get some bootie from!!
Neal had company over lastnight and almost broke the headboard!!
by Lindsay June 03, 2003
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Term used to describe when friends and family are visiting.
When your step parent says she has company she really means that her kids are visiting and they are more important.
by UP translations April 08, 2021
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