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grease man

grease man  n.— «Omaha Republicans have “too long been involved in meaningless turf battles,” King said. Christie “can lead us in unity,” he said. “It’s time to stop pointing fingers,” King said...

power hour

power hour  n.— «Games like “hall crawl,” where partygoers sample a different drink in each room of a dorm or fraternity house. Or “power hour,” which requires ingesting a shot of beer each minute for 60 minutes...

hapa

hapa  adj.— «Sometime during my sophomore year I stumbled upon MiXeD at UW which lead me to my exploration of Mavin Foundation. I was incredibly excited to hear that there’s a magazine on multiracial backgrounds. I have a vague memory when...

double-lifer

double-lifer  n.— «Double-lifers (students who lead double lives juggling their studies and business ventures).» —“Bitter Neologisms Arise During Employment Crisis” by Jung-Eun Lee Dong-a Ilbo (S. Korea) Jan...

eat rats

eat rats  v.— «The presenter, Khabilutsi Wotana, insisted that “Okhulia tsimbeba”—literally translated as “eating rats” (euphemism for adultery), could lead to a woman getting divorced.» —“Time for Song And...

grantepreneur

grantepreneur  n.— «Higher taxes needed to finance such action lead to growth of the tax avoidance industry and to the phenomenon of the grantepreneur and the rent-seeking society.» —by Dermot McAleese in Trinity College...