cropped (past tense verb) - to crop someone from a photograph; can also be used in present tense: when one has a photograph that is an unusually good picture of one, but, unfortunately, also includes someone else that is either ugly; someone that one does not like; or, in the case of using the picture for myspace/facebook profile picture purposes, simply in the way
Look, you're my friend, but I totally cropped you from that graduation picture - I needed it for my facebook profile!

If Brittany weren't in this picture, it would be awesome. I guess I'll have to crop her ugly-ass face out.

I look awesome in that picture we took at the bar last night, but I'm going to have to crop James from the picture - I can't stand him anymore!
by J.J.098658 March 6, 2009
She was so cropped she fell asleep on the steps.
by Rolls August 18, 2004
To be so crippled (high) that you cannot move.
Jordan, you're so cropped
by Tim March 10, 2005
Yet another useless unfunny dumb word ruining a til tok comment section
by ur mommy’s big bittys March 31, 2022
Adjective: Crop is used to define behaviors or people that are lame, whack, sneaky or otherwise unpleasant to the observer
My homeboys left me at the house when they went to Miami, they crop as a b***h yo.
by KaliGarden March 4, 2021
(v) take someone out the picture; injure; chop someone's legs (in a game).
he wa puttin his nose in my business so I went an cropped that fool
by Fineyo December 31, 2015