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said to give encouragement to a person dropping mad knowledge.
ex. Well pimpin ken say 'dont down it, crown it'.
Don magic juan 'PREACH!!!'
by ryo sukuki December 25, 2003
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A tiny, almost imperceptible cough, usually hidden behind a mask due to; emphysema, asthma, allergies or the dreaded COVID, so as not to alarm others to your potential of being β€œthe infected.”
I was walking through the grocery store and I had a tickle in my throat but I didn’t want people to think I was contagious so I let out a microcough.
by PeteLoaf320 November 25, 2020
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"Preach" has no single meaning, but is used to convey a casual sense of affirmation, acknowledgement, Said in agreement, something that is real, absolute, well said, a person dropping mad knowledge,

Or to indicate that something has impressed you favorably.

Its usage among young blacks has been parodied ad nauseam among clueless suburban whites.

Seamore .... speak..... preach…….

Man I just started a new fur line.... Preach

by Mz Nikki August 15, 2006
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What teenage girls say when their friend shares a mildly inspirational image on Instagram, usually followed by 3+ emojis.
Picture: "believe in yourself"
Generic girl: "preach!!! *emoji spam*
by dickwaggle December 26, 2014
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Same as "amen", as in "amen to that", but sounding cooler. Was widely used around 2005, then got old.
Chick 1: "Justin Bieber got so manly!"
Chick 2: "Preach!"
by KenM September 20, 2015
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according to snoop dogg, when something good happened or u feel good, u say "Preach!" as a emotional expression.
by wcwy1228 January 28, 2008
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1) Speak your mind!
2) religious term - Kirk Franklin keeps it real.
by Shaun December 04, 2004
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