waste (someone)(redirected from wastes something)
slang To kill or murder someone. Grab your piece and go waste that fool. They sent a hitman to go waste the informant.
See also: waste
slang Very intoxicated, especially with alcohol. Man, I was so wasted last night! I can barely remember what even happened! You've been drinking and smoking pot all night—you're way too wasted to drive!
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Sl. to kill someone. The thief tried to waste the bank guard after the bank robbery. The crook said, "Try that again, and I'll waste you!"
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tv. to kill someone. (Underworld.) The mob’s triggers sped by in a car and wasted four pushers.
1. mod. dead; killed. That’s silly. We all end up wasted one way or another.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. I’ve never seen a bartender get wasted before.
3. mod. exhausted. I worked two shifts, and I’m totally wasted.
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