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Slang Definition of Cuff[edit]

Hi peeps. This is a very underground word but I might be able to get examples of its usage when I am in the data collection phase of a research project that involves the people who use this word. I will have documents and official interviews as raw data and I'm wondering how I can incorporate that to help plead my case for this word. I am working in the poorest, most drug-afflicted city in Canada; Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. OneWomanArmy

  • I believe it is the tube that one tightens around the arm before injecting. SemperBlotto 21:54, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

When you have verified results, please advise. Andrew massyn 08:28, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

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Sense: To give street drugs for free. (Slang)

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Rfvfailed. Andrew massyn 08:28, 8 October 2006 (UTC)


I've seen cuff used in this:

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  • <Stormrider> I should bomb something
  • <Stormrider> ...and it's off the cuff remarks like that that are the reason I don't log chats
  • <Stormrider> Just in case the FBI ever needs anything on me
  • <Elzie_Ann> I'm sure they can just get it from someone who DOES log chats.
  • *** FBI has joined #gamecubecafe
  • <FBI> We saw it anyway.
  • *** FBI has quit IRC (Quit: )

what does it mean there? 09:57, 7 August 2010 (UTC)