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A shortened form of "what cheer!"

A greeting between friends, used mainly in London. Also spelled "wotcha."
"Wotcher, Harry!"

-Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
dodane przez Lisa Radcliffe kwiecień 11, 2005
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A person who is not only ignorant, but is also an asshole.
dodane przez Anonymous marzec 20, 2003
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The person who used to be, but is no longer your next door neighbor.
I invited my ex-door neighbor from California; I hope you don't mind.
dodane przez Jeul czerwiec 27, 2007
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The empty feeling that comes from finishing the seventh book in the Harry Potter series and realizing there will be no more.
Lucy started reading the Golden Compass books to fight her post-Potter depression but she said she just kept waiting for Voldemort to show up.
dodane przez Iva-Marie marzec 29, 2007
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adj. - when something is "just right." Not too hot or too cold, not too big or too small, etc.
"Are you hungry?"
"Naw man... I'm baby bear."
dodane przez Jeff Gill grudzień 09, 2004
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When you become so comfortable with someone that you no longer even refer to them by their first name. I.e. being beyond first name basis.
Man: "Honey, I'm home!"
Woman: "Hey baby, how was your day?"
Man: "It was great sweetheart."
Woman: "What's my name?"
Man: "Ummmmmmmmm..... sweetheart?"
Woman: "What, are we on no name basis now?"
dodane przez Rothdaddy październik 30, 2006
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to leave a party or someone's house without them knowing; sneaking out; or just plain leaving.
Don't mean to trip out, but bitch, I'm bout to dip out.
dodane przez DerrtySouthBaby kwiecień 17, 2004
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