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right seat, left seat

right seat, left seat  n.— «All deploying and redeploying units have an overlap time so the new unit can learn the battlespace from the previous one. The process is called “right-seat, left-seat.” New units coming into the area ride along...

ride or die chick

ride or die chick  n.— «It’s the whole Bonnie and Clyde phenomenon turned into modern-day dating. And the streets have a name for the girls who can handle such an extreme form of love. They are “ride or die chicks.” “It’s...

cadilla;

cadillac v. in baseball, to run in an unhurried, showy way; generally, to perform or operate lackadaisically, carelessly, or without worry. Editorial Note: An older meaning of “cadillac” is “to drive a car; to drive someone around...

bike-whack

bike-whack  v.— «We chose to take a gamble and take an old logging road deep into the forest, then bushwhack up the steep hillside to reach the Parkway.…After about a mile and a half uphill walk/ride up past a cemetery, we entered...

bike-whack

bike-whack v. to ride a bicycle on rough terrain without paths. Also as noun. Etymological Note: From bike + bushwack. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

elephant door

elephant door  n.— «Although the Civic Center has what the entertainment industry calls an “elephant door”—an extremely large opening that would be big enough to accommodate elephants from the days of circuses—the ride was just...

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