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def

 (dĕf)
adj. def·fer, def·fest Slang
Excellent; first-rate.

[Short for definite.]

def

(dɛf)
adj
slang very good, esp of hip-hop
[C20: perhaps from definitive]

def

(dɛf)
adj.
Slang. excellent.
[1975–80, Amer.; < W Ind E pronoun of death used as an intensifier]

def.

1. defendant.
2. defense.
3. deferred.
4. definite.
5. definitely.
6. definition.
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We had sought to know which of the set regulations the 27 betting and gaming firms failed to meet or procedure used to determine whose licence to renew or deffer.
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* Because vertical scales deffer, graphs should not be compared.
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Bigger and Deffer kicks off in fine style with a very special launch party.