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  1. informal rather than slang - FELIZ77, Jun 29, I've only ever heard "scram" used towards someone else to tell them to leave (slightly rude). Never heard someone say it in the context of "I'm leaving" - Cyradis, Jun 29,
  2. In modern slang, "paddy wagon" means a police car. "Paddy" originated in the late s as a shortened form of "Patrick," and then later a pejorative term for any Irishman. "Wagon" naturally.
  3. Aug 08,  · If you do accidentally mix the products together, you should immediately leave the area and try and breathe in some fresh air. You should also change and wash any .
  4. Mar 17,  · The best way to keep up with slang is to be immersed in the English language – ideally, you live in the U.S., the U.K., Australia, or another English-speaking country. Regardless of where you live, however, you can keep up with new expressions by following pop culture closely and taking time each day or week to study it.
  5. Mar 13,  · Knowing When To Leave - Slang Mix By Destroyer, Dan Bejar. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Knowing When To Leave - Slang Mix - Dan Bejar. Featured on We'll Build Them A Golden Bridge. More by Destroyer. Have We Met. Music Duration: 2 min.
  6. Aug 06,  · Música para relajarse, Música para dormir, Música para concentrarse, Música ambiente, Música para leer, Música para estudiar, Música Chill, Música para disfrutar. enjoy a beautiful chill.
  7. to be in a bad situation. 1. Verb: When a DJ plays sound coming from two sound sources together whether those sources are turntables or CD players using a mixer. Often DJs will adjust the tempo of the two sound sources so they are exactly the same and flow together well rhythmically.

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