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party

1. noun, dated slang A person regarded for a particular quality, especially of being strange. The health inspector came by today. He's a bit of an odd party, isn't he?
2. verb, slang To take drugs for recreational purposes. He pulled out a joint and asked me if I wanted to party.
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party

1. n. a combining form used in expressions to refer to certain kinds of activity carried on in groups or in pairs. (For examples, see coke party, grass party, hen party, keg party, kick party, pot party, stag-party, tailgate party, tea party.)
2. in. to drink alcohol, smoke marijuana, or use other drugs. (May also include sexual activity.) Come on, man! Let’s party!
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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