verb (used with object)

1. To dump lots of obfuscating personal opinion upon a discussion about some matter of fact.

2. To display willful ignorance; to ignore any evidence or facts contrary to one's own ignorance.
1. "Wow, Duncan MacIntosh sure took a coredump on decision theory."

2. "Dude, don't coredump, the friggin' rulebook says the unit takes a test."
by Stelek July 23, 2012
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