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PRESS means: cocaine

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PRESS means: cocaine

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Meaning of brieze

brieze means: (Breeze) to press down firmly, to lean hard on, to press down with a lever or prise

Meaning of Skull Crusher

Skull Crusher means: The lying french press, in which you lower a barbell from full etension above your head down to your forehead and then extend at the elbows to press it back up.

Meaning of PRESS

PRESS means: Press is slang for cocaine.

Meaning of PRESS AND SCRATCH

PRESS AND SCRATCH means: Press and scratch was old London Cockney rhyming slang for a match.

Meaning of PRESS THE FLESH

PRESS THE FLESH means: Press the flesh is Black−American slang for shake hands.

Meaning of Military Press:

Military Press: means: Move over GI Joe (and Jane), this exercise is key for anyone looking for some serious overhead strength. From a standing position, with an overhand grip, press the barbell upward until arms are fully extended overhead (be careful not to lean too far back during the lift). Lower back down to the shoulders and repeat.

Meaning of Press

Press means: In Naval terms, it was a way of conscription. People were pressed into service with the Royal Navy as well as other navies in time of need. Typically this meant finding a person who was somewhat inebriated, hitting them over the head and then having them wake up aboard ship and out to sea. This also led to the phrase Press Gang which was a group of sailors led by an officer or boatswain who would force people into naval service. To add to the confusion: press or more correctly pressing was a form of torture in which heavy weights were placed on a person's body in an effort to get them to confess to a crime. Sometimes the confession part was unnecessary. A person would be pressed as simple torture as means to pass the time until he was executed.

Meaning of PRESS

PRESS means: crack

Meaning of PRESS

PRESS means: cocaine

Meaning of scrouge

scrouge means: to press one against another in a crowd

Meaning of PLOKTA

PLOKTA means: Press Lots Of Keys To Abort

Meaning of To Run

To Run means: To press with jokes, sarcasm, or ridicule. 'To get the run upon one,' is to make a butt of him.

Meaning of appuyer sur le champignon

appuyer sur le champignon means: floor it; keep one’s foot on the accelerator (lit.: press on the mushroom)

Meaning of The Big Three

The Big Three means: Refers to the 3 most basic and important lifts; Bench Press, Deadlift & Squat.

Meaning of Press-ganged

Press-ganged means: A group of men used to capture men and boys and force them to join the navy

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of DUST−BIN

DUST−BIN means: Dust−bin is Black−American slang for grave

Meaning of GET ALL THAT OUT OF YOUR MOUTH

GET ALL THAT OUT OF YOUR MOUTH means: Get all that out of your mouth is slang for stop lying.

Meaning of GNAT BITES

GNAT BITES means: Gnat bites is British slang for small breasts.

Meaning of GREENIE

GREENIE means: Greenie was British slang for a pound note. Greenie is British slang for nasal mucus. Greenie is British slang for a naïve person.Greenie is American slang for the beer Heineken. Greenie is American slang for an environmentalist.

Meaning of PIFFY

PIFFY means: Piffy is British slang for dubious, doubtful, suspect.

Meaning of Sit On It'

Sit On It' means: Shut up; get lost; i.e. "Sit on it, Potsi

Meaning of PIPE

PIPE means: crack pipe

Meaning of cruise

cruise means: To drive around aimlessly and flirt. Helen Highwater crowned her old man on the head with a frying pan.

Meaning of knackered (2)

knackered (2) means: severely damaged

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Meaning of IELTIUHEU

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