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1. A shortening of "kilogram," referring specifically to a kilogram of some illicit drug. Tom got busted with a K of coke in his trunk. Dude's going away for a long time. The gang smuggled 200 Ks of heroin across the border by hiding them in tubs of ice cream.
2. A shortening of "ketamine." We all did a bunch of K on the camping trip so we could trip out while surrounded by nature. A friend of mine asked if I wanted to try some K with her after class, but I knew better than to touch that stuff.
3. A shortening of "kilo," referring to a thousand units of currency. My father-in-law invested 150K into my business.
4. In baseball, an abbreviation for "strikeout." Typically used in writing. A: "Smith just got another strikeout." B:" All right, I'll add another K to my scorecard."
slang A phonetic shortening of "kilo," referring to a kilogram of some illicit drug. Tom got busted with a kee of coke in his trunk. Dude's going away for a long time. The gang smuggled 200 kees of heroin across the border by hiding them in tubs of ice cream.
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1. and kee and key and ki (ki) n. a kilogram of cannabis. (Drugs.) Well, how much is a ki?
2. n. ketamine hydrochloride, a drug similar to LSD. (Drugs.) You want to try this K. stuff?
3. n. a thousand (of anything, such as dollars, bytes, etc.). This car is worth at least twenty K.
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