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queue jumping economy

Economy; International economics

A queue jumping economy is an economy in which individuals are actively finding ways to get ahead in a manner similar to queue ...

bulgarian-hungarian online dictionary

Education; Special education

This is a free possibility for searching any kind of Bulgarian and Hungarian (it works in both directions)words, expressions and ...

transinterpreter

Language; Linguistics

A TRANSINTERPRETER will be a linguist who works as both, a translator and interpreter, at the same time. Before the 21st ...

sololarius

Entertainment; Popular culture

An adjective used to describe anything that makes one, who is completely alone, laugh at extreme volumes in an effort to draw ...

transgooglation

Technology; Information technology

Transgooglation is the communication of the meaning of a source-language text by using Google Translate to achieve the equivalent ...

polliplayer

Parenting; Child care

This term comes from the combination of two words: pollinator + player. Just like bees fly from flower to flower in a frantic ...

can

Language; Slang

Can means in slang bathroom we say :" Do you know where the can is?" in common language we use "bathroom" instead of "can" .

space funeral

Personal life; Funeral

A form of burial service that sends the dead body into space instead of burring it on earth. The idea with space funeral is that ...

bread

Language; Slang

Bread in slang means money ,, people say : I need some bread to pay for my car , bread here means money.

iMad

Computer; Computer hardware

Term used to describe Apple addicts, who must always be amongst the first to buy all the newest Apple Gadgets, think poorly of ...

Doglish

Language; Slang

English that is badly spoken by first-language English speakers. Doglish results from the blend of "doggish" (= mean, bad) and ...

cackle

Language; Slang

While this might mean to make a shrill cry, or to laugh or talk in a shrill manner, or even the act of a large group of women in ...

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