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A combination of tortilla/nacho chips and nacho cheese sauce. Sometimes includes tomatoes, onions, peppers, beans, and other yummy things. Possibly the best snack ever created.
by Torch October 21, 2003
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A way of expressing that someone is sexually attractive. It is often used with irony or playfulness.

Comes from the verb “breed” which is to copulate with intent of bearing children.

For someone to be truly “breedable” they need to be fertile.
Anon: You are looking mighty breedable this fine evening, m’lady.
Stacy: Please don’t say that to me.
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Brad: Woh, you look submissive and breedable, Becky.
Becky: Wow, thanks. *sex*
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The "we're sorry" food of Convergys

Nachos are usually placed in the employee lunchroom by Human Resources a day or two before the employees’ loose one or more previously enjoyed rights or freedoms. Nachos are also known to have appeared shortly before the announcement of major changes to employee work schedules.
There is a basket of nachos in the lunch room. We must be getting screwed sometime this week.
by Agent Deepshit November 22, 2004
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slang word for pot coined by a group of high school kids from northern VA (which spread quickly as far north as Boston, as far south as Savannah) both in honor of their favorite food and as another name for their favorite recreational drug. This name has been tested and proven for safe use in public.
In history class and across the room, "Hey man, those nachos we had this weekend were fantastic."
"Yeah I know what you mean, I stuffed myself with nachos all weekend."
by Jake W. September 06, 2005
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a chip to dip in salsa or melted cheese. goes well with a soda :)
"They brought a big bag of nachos, and it was tasty."
by Santa December 27, 2002
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