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 n.— «One may say “klpd ho gaya” when one is frustrated in reaching a much anticipated and sought after goal. For instance, you wanted desperately to go see a certain show and you had even found tickets to the best seats in the house—only due to some problem, the show is cancelled at the last moment. It could be “a major klpd” as you may explain to your friend later.» —“Re: query—klpd means what?” Usenet: soc.culture.indian.delh July 2, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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