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Intermediate Deck 17

Intermediate Deck 17

Total: 19 words

merch

noun

merchandise

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mojo

noun

charm, appeal, confidence, or a certain talent that draws attention from others; often refers to physical appeal

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pep talk

noun

a brief, emotional speech made to encourage or increase morale

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no duh

interjection

a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious

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no-go

noun

means 'not going to happen'

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party on

phrase

used as an encouragement for revelry

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square

noun

a person with a conventional job and lifestyle; an old-fashioned person

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crank it up / crank up

verb

to ask someone who's operating a device, machine, vehicle, etc. to increase or elevate its output

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I'm game

phrase

used to indicate that the speaker is interested in doing whatever has just been suggested; similar to 'I'm up for that'

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lit

adjective

exciting or thriving

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go / wanna go?

phrase

to fight or to race

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get over it

phrase

used as a suggestion that the hearer move on from the issue that is dominating the moment

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real deal

noun

an authentic item or person; the plain truth

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pump up

phrasal verb

to increase something; to inflate something; to turn something higher

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yes siree

phrase

yes indeed

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the shit

noun

the best

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bust your ass / bust your tail

phrase

to hurry; to exert yourself; to work extremely hard; to give the maximum effort

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uncool

adjective

unpleasant, aggressive, or dangerous; can also mean excitable or tending to show your feelings more than is prudent or advisable

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shut up

interjection

used to indicate surprise or doubt

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