(noun) Set of ancillary supplies (like electricity, gas, water.... etc.) required for living in an apartment or house.
1.The $450 rent covers all utilities including, electricity, gas, water and cable.

2. (Usually when advertising for apartments)
>> $650 Rooms for rent-utilities included in California !!!!

by Shafayet March 22, 2008
A substitute for the word "use" to be employed when you want to make something sound more important or difficult than it really is.
Person says: "We utilize an alphabetical schematic to organize our records."
Translate: "We file documents alphabetically."
by creaternity March 21, 2006
Verb (yoo-teal). to take take credit for someone else's work.
"That was my idea! You totally utile'd me."
by LisaSimpson February 27, 2008
The filthiest non-dirty word ever. Seriously, just say it.
by Jesus Christ April 13, 2005
(Verb) Used in Air Force basic training in lieu of saying "go to the bathroom," or "take a piss." Quite simply, utilize means to use the bathroom.
Sir, trainee Smith reports as ordered.

WHAT THE HELL DO YOU WANT, TRAINEE!

Sir, permission to utilize the latrine?

ALRIGHT TRAINEES! YOU HAVE 5 MINUTES TO HYDRATE AND UTILIZE. HURRYUP HURRYUP!
by Pacc man September 10, 2016
Small computer program, usually to perform a single system related task. Abbr of utility; aka tool.
- I couldn't recover my deleted files from my sd; that util did not work.

- I'm gonna dl all of the ftp://suppa.warez/windoze/utilz, asap; before it's taken down.
by manigordo July 30, 2010
The word you hear a lot when you have an economics major room-mate. Simply means the benefit a person gets when uses/eats something
Boy: Can I ask you out?
Girl: You do not give me utility whatsoever!!!
by EconSquad January 28, 2015