Definder - what does the word mean?

What is town?

A bastardization of the concatenation of "told" and "owned"

Oh just got towned.

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Town - what is it?

When somebody lives in a small village, or small town and wants to describe where they live. A town-town is a major town, that most people would know, like Hastings instead or Battle or Crowhurst, which most people would have no idea where they were.

Harry: Hannah, whereabouts do you live?

Hannah: Well, my nearest town-town is Hastings, but I live in Crowhurst, near Catsfield and Battle.

Harry: Oh right, I know Hastings.

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What does "town" mean?

nagercoil is a good town

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Town - what does it mean?

Lame, uncool, or not fresh. Used often as a replacement for the word 'gay,' which is very politically incorrect and used incorrectly anyway.

Dude. this party sucks. it's so fuckin' town.

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A very attractive woman

Chas: "Man, she is such a TOWN!"

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the best suffix. sounds good in all situations, when it just fits.

- Fuck youtown.
- Did she suck your cocktown?
- Man I am really bakedtown

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Cool, Awesome, Amazing.

You got a new toy? That's so town!

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verb: go to town or smoke weed
noun: the place you go to go to town or smoke weed

verb: So, are you gonna town on Friday?
noun: Let's go to town right now.

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town/ta:n/ Pronunciation: 'taün (toun)

Function: noun
Etymology: Mid to low English, from Old English "tûn", group, bunch, weapon; akin to Late low High Swiss/Deutsch "zûn", oppressive enclave (literally); place where leather shorts are considered appropriate dress. Old Irish town; town
Date: before 4th century

1. a. Abbr. t. T. tn. An incorporated settlement, larger than a village and smaller than a city. b. The inhabitants of such a settlement. 2. populated area, its size being somewhere between a city and a village. 3. The main city of a populated area. 4. the people that comprise said population center. 5. a cluster or clump of groups called a town: See town 6. a group of prairie dog burrows

-on the town: to pursue entertainment or amusement (as city nightlife) especially as a relief from routine; to town around: to act in a humorous fashion like a town; what goes around comes to town: the belief that the energy a person puts out will show back up in a populated area uninvited

EX: The blokes who lived in the flat finished their bangers and mash, turned off the telly and took the lift down to the pavement in order to queue for the tram just like the rest of the bloody town.

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A place where there lives people, and a church, a postoffice, and a place where beer is sold exists. A town is not as big as a city.

I buddy, let's cruise down to town.

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