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What does Chile mean in slang?
Whew Chile is defined as a shocking situation or a piece of information that may be shocking, according to the Urban Dictionary. That’s so because it’s mostly used in the form of a joke or said to give things a funny spin. It has often been used in that light, even on the social media platform TikTok.
What does Dust mean in text?
“Angel Dust, Phencyclidine (PCP)” is the most common definition for DUST on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. DUST. Definition: Angel Dust, Phencyclidine (PCP)
What does Chile mean on twitter?
chile – Southern AAVE spelling of the word “child”; on Stan Twitter, the term is derived from of an episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta in which Nene Leakes says “Whew chile, the ghetto.”
What is Dedust?
: to remove excessively fine particles of the same material or other material from dedusting ground ore.
What does chipi mean?
To be a chipi is a compliment. Meaning beautiful, attractive, hot, a flame, a catch etc.
What does dusted mean drag?
and today we are defining drag slang. [upbeat music] Dusted. It means that your makeup is done really well. and you look gorg.
What is mean by done and dusted?
The expression is mostly used in British English in informal contexts to mean to successfully complete something. When a businessman says that a deal has been done and dusted, he means that he has been successful in clinching it; there is nothing left to be done.
What does anyways Chile mean?
Usage. My phrase (“chile anyways”) is a phrase used by people typically of color or people from the South. My phrase is typically used to dismiss someone or something someone said. Take this scene for example: I’m in the middle of a conversation; someone rudely interrupts said conversation.
What language is sPitori?
Sepitori (pronounced S’Pitori) is a language spoken by residents of Pretoria (called Pitori by most natives). The language is an informal language and a result of mixing mainly Sepedi and Setswana.
What language is Sepitori?
Pretoria Tswana,(affectionately called Sepitori by its speakers), is the urban lingua franca of Pretoria and the Tshwane metropolitan area in South Africa. It is a combination of Tswana and influences from Tsotsitaal, Afrikaans and other Bantu languages of the region.