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Definition of E-

E- means: A Latin prefix meaning out, out of, from; also, without. See Ex-.

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E- means: A Latin prefix meaning out, out of, from; also, without. See Ex-.

Meaning of E-

E- means: A Latin prefix meaning out, out of, from; also, without. See Ex-.

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Meaning of BROOM OFF

BROOM OFF means: Broom off is British slang for to get rid of something.

Meaning of WORKS

WORKS means: Works is slang for an addicts equipment necessary for injecting drugs.

Meaning of Innit (though)

Innit (though) means: "agreed", or when asked it means "isn't that so?", if said with though it is asking for everyone's approval. Usually comes at end of sentence.

Meaning of NWAL

NWAL means: Nerd Without A Life

Meaning of swag

swag means: Stolen goods or money. The robbers were caught red-handed with the swag still in their possession.

Meaning of What A Nightmare!

What A Nightmare! means: When something was wrong in life, it was defined this way. Used alot in the Midwest.

Meaning of Score!

Score! means: An interjection of celebration. He said he scored with her but she says he never got to first base.

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