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-*: variation after "-" mark
Explanation/example: For example, in data-*, the "*" may be any sequence of characters, so data-* is a general notation for any string starting with "data-" as data-animal-style, data-class... 
Bag that!: Forget that!
Explanation/example: Bag that, It was a mistake.
Back room: secret
Explanation/example: It was a back room meeting.
Baby bear: A rookie cop
Explanation/example: A baby bear tried to arrest me for speeding.
Baboon: (n) a jerk; a stupid person
Explanation/example: Example: Stop acting like a baboon!
TTOT: Travel Talk on Twitter
Explanation/example: A biggest social media travel event and a social travel hashtag on Twitter. The regular sessions of "TTOT" are held on every Tuesday at 9:30 AM/PM GMT.
BYOD: Bring your own device
Explanation/example: Use your own laptop, smartphone, iPad... as your working facilities.
MAGA: Make America Great Again
Explanation/example: Donald Trump's presidential campaign slogan in 2016 .
Example: "Together we make America great again".
FCF: Far cry from
Explanation/example: FCF has the same meaning as "Very different from".
BID: Blessing in disguise
Explanation/example: Something good happening but it seems bad at first.
BOBW : Best of both worlds
Explanation/example: The situation that at the same time, you can have two advantages or two opportunities of different things.
BATB: Beat around the bush
Explanation/example: Try to avoid to say about the main point or avoid to answer the question.
"He tried to BATB when I asked him the question".
ASLTW: Actions speak louder than words
Explanation/example: To emphasize that people should be estimated or judged better by what they do than what they say.
PFYT: Penny For Your Thoughts
Explanation/example: Similar to "please tell me anything that you are thinking".
HP: Hot Potato
Explanation/example: A hot and disputed issue that many are people taking about it.
Flyovers: Non-coastal parts of US.
Explanation/example: "Flyover boy" means the boy comes from the rural, small and non-coastal parts in America. It is used in the movie "Gone Girl" in a testimony of Nick Dunne.
ywud: yo whats up dude
Explanation/example: "yo whats up dude" is an informal greeting in U.S. It's meaning is similar to "Hey friend, is there anything new?"
sxe: straight edge
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