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Definition

Not a word used to describe hot figures that youths might want to bait. Although it is eminently more usable in that sense.

It is an archaic Indian legal term, derived from the Hindustani 'shebayat', used to describe the trustees of a mutt.

Usage

"Macha, some shebait. 4 o clock!"
"AM or PM?"
"Basket case, check out, da."
He turns around to see two tubby men in orange clothings. "Laude ka baal!"
Added 2012-08-24 by TNagarTornado
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Verb.
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Definition

Flat

Usage

Aage se sapaat, peeche se sapaat, lagti hi jaise Godrej ki kapaat.

(From front, flat, from back, flat -- looks like a Godrej cupboard).

Added 2012-02-24 by Mia

Root

Marathi

Region

Bombay

Related Terms

Flat, figaar

shape out

\shape-out \
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Exclamation.
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Definition

getting so jacked that you have lost your figure

Usage

player- i scored a goal!
referee- its offside bob
player2-shape out!
Added 2011-10-18 by munniamma 65

Root

English

Region

South India

Related Terms

Jacked, out and out, Foul scratch
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Definition

Death on the spot, generally in an accident or fight.
Often 'Spot-out' is also used to mean that the subject of conversation died instantly, then and there.

Usage

Suddi Suri: " Le maga, gothaaythaa? Nenne saayankaala Check-Post thaava accidentalli moor jana spot anthey".
(Hey Sonny, did you know this? Yesterday evening three people got killed in an accident near the check post.)
Added 2011-09-27 by I love Dtool
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Verb.
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Definition

move; move from one residential location to another.

Usage

"We are shifting bag and baggage in November."
Added 2011-09-25 by oldathai

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

have you got gas?
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Noun.
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Definition

When you get a blister from your new shoes

Usage

My new kolhapuri chappals just gave me a shoe-bite.
Added 2011-09-13 by amster
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Noun.
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Definition

Targeted, in the crosshairs, in imminent danger of dying a violent death; typically used by the underworld to threaten someone.

Usage

The dentist probes intently inside Nitin's mouth. As he carefully holds the mouth mirror over the lower left gums, the phone rings. It automatically goes into answering machine mode.

Voice on the other end: Ey, Murthy. Chal bahut paisa kamaaya. Phone utha! (Mr. Murthy, you've been a rather high earner this year. I strongly advise you to pick up the phone.)

Dr. Murthy grabs the phone with his left hand. His right hand is still inside Nitin's mouth, who has closed it.

Voice: Spot hai tere pe, samjha. Chal 5 khokha bandobast kar. Baadme phone karega! (Would you be kind enough to arrange a total of Rs. 5 crore immediately? Or you are dead, bitch.)

Dr. Murthy freezes.

He unfreezes. His mouth mirror and Nitin are now both, missing.

Added 2011-08-15 by GoodCumbany

Root

English

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

supari, saaman, goonda, Gunda
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Saapad

\Saa-paad\
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Noun.
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Definition

Another word for food - or 'meals.'
Broadly refers to a meal at any part of the day- breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Usage

OJ: Shall we go out for a drink to Toit, Ra?
Robby: Yes, but lets first put some saapad and go.
Added 2011-07-12 by Robby Da Rascala!!

Root

Tamil

Region

South India

Categories

Food and Drink

Related Terms

Meals Ready, Mosranna, Oota