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Northern English for 'right' when used as a adverb to positively pre-qualify a verb.
That pie was reet grand = That pastry based snack was highly delicious.
by Mister_Douve May 07, 2003
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Common slang term used in the North West of England. Basically means "right" and is used to describe something that is "good". It is also used as a greeting, replacing the word "hello" or "hi". it can also be used as reassurance when faced with certain situations.
"That pie were proper reet"
That pie was very good
"Reet there lad"
Hello there mate
"Be reet"
Everything will be ok
by Heidious July 13, 2005
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A competitive, weird but loyal friend. She will always be there for you in times of need and she always gives the best advice. She is the greatest person you will ever meet.
She's such an amazing person! She must be Reet
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Similar to 'tard'--an abbreviation used for 'retard' but in a more jovial than malicious sense.
Can be coupled with certain nouns to enhance the adjective such as Reet Bomb, Reet City, Reetdiculous. The phrase Reet Storm can be used to describe a show of emotion from a Reet.
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"Reet" is a slang alternative to "Alright", used as a greeting from one friend to another. Majority of "reet" users are scenesters, but there are always exceptions.
Rennie: "Reet,"
Dennis: "Reet,"
by Dennis McInally February 17, 2009
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