1. Various activities considered immoral by certain people. From the Latin word vitium, meaning failing or defect. Drug use, sexual promiscuity, prostitution, gambling, recklessness, cheating, lying, and selfishness are commonly considered vices.

2. Vice cops. Police responsible for investigations of the unlawful use, possession, and sale of drugs, as well as investigations of gambling, loan sharking, prostitution, obscenity, pornography, and other vice-related activities.
1. Shame he lost all his money. Gambling was always his favorite vice.

2. My uncle was arrested for soliciting an undercover female vice cop posing as a prostitute.
by James Crockett January 19, 2006
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1) Pleasurable evils.

2) Mainly prostitution

3) Sometimes used for police.
What is your vice?
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bourgeois hipster magazine and record company, no longer subculture due to infiltration by the masses. was once considered culturally forward, but is no longer.
That guy acts like Vice is the bible, but that's so 2001.
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Something that is considered evil, immoral or illegal.
Prostitution, street drugs, and the greed for money are considered vices.
by AYB March 31, 2003
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Vice is a name associated with a music zine from the UK called Music Vice.

A well-respected underground publication - sometimes gets mentioned on UK radio They get access to some big bands.
see http://www.musicvice.com
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A clamping fixture used to hold a workpiece, &c.
Also, vise.
My workbench has a twin-screw front vice to hold large pieces.
by Antinous September 13, 2003
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The language when you talk in class on your calculator.
Broredo, lets talk vice on our calculators.
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