Slang definition of What's your damage?

What's your damage? means: What is wrong with you? Hey, what's with you, man. You're really bent.

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What's your damage? means: What is wrong with you? Hey, what's with you, man. You're really bent.

Slang meaning of What's your damage?

What's your damage? ( phr ) means: What is wrong with you? Hey, what's with you, man. You're really bent.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to What's your damage?

Meaning of DPS 

DPS  means: (abrv.) (n.) Damage Per Second (n.) A damage dealer. (n.) The damage dealt by a weapon over time.

Meaning of DD 

DD  means: (1) (n.) Damage Dealer refers specifically (but not exclusively) to melee damage dealers or physical damage dealers. "We have a tank and two healers, we need some DD." (2) (acr.) (n.) Dzemael Darkhold, a lvl 44 dungeon

Meaning of DD, DPS, Damage Dealer

DD, DPS, Damage Dealer means: A type of player that, as their name suggests, deals damage. In groups, these players help the tank kill stuff quickly as the tank will usually have sacrificed his damage dealing capability for survivability.

Meaning of Damage

Damage means: Check (Restaurant) bill or final amount owing. e.g. "She looks great, just like a new car again. But what's the Damage and I'll pay you now?"

Meaning of damage

damage means: Noun. The cost, expense. E.g."What's the damage for the meal? Without the drinks!"

Meaning of DoT Damage Over Time 

DoT Damage Over Time  means: (adj.) the amount of damage a character inflicts over the course of a battle.

Meaning of damage

damage means: The cost. Lets get the bill and find out the damage.

Meaning of DAMAGE

DAMAGE means: Damage is slang for expense, cost, charge.

Meaning of damage

damage means: cost or expense ‘What’s the damage, mate?’

Meaning of collateral damage

collateral damage means: Originally a description of damage caused to infrastructure by military attack, but now extended to cover the deaths of people not immediately involved in the fighting, usually civilians.

Meaning of FOD

FOD means: Foreign Object Damage. A constant concern on airfields and carrier decks where jet engines operate. Jet intakes can ingest loose objects, and even the smallest item — a rock, a bolt — can seriously damage jet turbine blades.

Meaning of What's your damage?

What's your damage? means: What is wrong with you? Why are you crying? What's your damage?

Meaning of DoT

DoT means: Damage over Time. Any type of ability that deals damage over a period of time.

Meaning of BRAIN DAMAGE

BRAIN DAMAGE means: Brain damage is British slang for a violent lunatic.

Meaning of Nuke 

Nuke  means: (n.) An offensive magic spell. (v.) dealing damage via magic. (v.) dealing damage quickly to defeat an enemy, often ignoring other fight mechanics

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of DICKORY DOCK

DICKORY DOCK means: Dickory dock is London Cockney rhyming slang for clock. Dickory dock is London Cockney rhyming slang for penis (cock).

Meaning of JOE ROOKIE

JOE ROOKIE means: Joe Rookie is London Cockney rhyming slang for a bookmaker (bookie).

Meaning of EG

EG means: Evil Grin

Meaning of kick the gong (around)

kick the gong (around) means: to smoke opium (especially in a Chinese opium den )

Meaning of go

go means: Need to defecate, or urinate, e.g. "Mam... I 'ave to go NOW!"

Meaning of Son of a bantha

Son of a bantha means: This insult was once directed at Han Solo by Sana Starros.

Meaning of To Marble

To Marble means: To move off, be off, go, as, "If you do that again, you must marble.”

Meaning of RHINE

RHINE means: heroin

Meaning of Honda or hondo

Honda or hondo means:   the sliding loop knot in a lasso or lariat.

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