Slang definition of post up

post up means: To position in a particular place. The po was posted on the corner waiting to bust the party.

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post up means: To position in a particular place. The po was posted on the corner waiting to bust the party.

Slang meaning of post up

post up ( n ) means: To position in a particular place. The po was posted on the corner waiting to bust the party.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to post up

Meaning of King Post

King Post means: A vertical post usually employed as a support : Also called a Sampson post

Meaning of Rudder Post

Rudder Post means: The post that the rudder is attached to. The wheel or tiller is connected to the rudder post.

Meaning of Sampson Post

Sampson Post means: A strong vertical post used to attach lines for towing or mooring.

Meaning of Bed-post

Bed-post means: A moment, an instant, jiffy. "He got over here in the twinkling of a bed-post.”

Meaning of AT THE POST

AT THE POST means: At the post is slang for ready and waiting.

Meaning of HIT THE POST

HIT THE POST means: Hit the post is British slang for to be unlucky.

Meaning of Compression Post

Compression Post means: A vertical post, supporting the coach roof or deck, between a deck:stepped mast and (usually) the keel.

Meaning of high-post

high-post means: adj. A term used to describe someone who is snobby, arrgogant, or stuck up.  "Man, I tried to talk to ol’ girl and she high-post!" 

Meaning of PILLAR AND POST

PILLAR AND POST means: Pillar and post is London Cockney rhyming slang for a ghost.

Meaning of Linear Holographic  

Linear Holographic   means: When a polish has smaller particles creating a strong holographic effect. (HERE is an excellent post explaining how holographic polishes work!  And HERE is a great post showing the difference between the different holo effects.)

Meaning of Stern Post

Stern Post means: (1) A large casting shaped to allow the propeller blades to revolve. The rudder is fitted on the after post. (2) The principal vertical timber in a ship's stern, upon which the rudder is fastened.

Meaning of post

post means: n, v mail. Brits don’t mail things, they post them. Their mail is delivered by a postman (one word). And, umm, he works for an organisation called the Royal Mail. It’s pretty much the reverse of how these two words are used in America.

Meaning of HEAD−ON−A−POST

HEAD−ON−A−POST means: Head−on−a−post is slang for Chlorpromazine hydrochloride.

Meaning of Scattered Holographic  

Scattered Holographic   means: A polish that has larger and less dense holographic particles.  Often appearing to look more like a shimmer polish.  (HERE is an excellent post explaining how holographic polishes work!  And HERE is a great post showing the difference between the different holo effects.)

Meaning of post up or posted up

post up or posted up means: To stay in one place. Derived from drug dealers on street corners. Staying on the corner in one place, like a street post.  "I was posted up all day on E. 14th." 

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of BOTTLE OF KOLA

BOTTLE OF KOLA means: Bottle of kola is London Cockney rhyming slang for a bowler hat.

Meaning of GO UPSTAIRS

GO UPSTAIRS means: Go upstairs is British slang for to drink spirits in a pub.

Meaning of mate’s rates

mate’s rates means: discount given to a friend

Meaning of ACORN

ACORN means: A Completely Obsessive Really Nutty person

Meaning of LUMU

LUMU means: Love You Miss You

Meaning of Razor

Razor means: Blazer

Meaning of Cash and Carried

Cash and Carried means: Married. Poor bloke got cashed on the weekend.

Meaning of GAGGLER

GAGGLER means: MDMA

Meaning of collar

collar means: place where a fishing boat is anchored for the night or “Sunday”, just a few yards from the stage

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