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wankstain (n.): a semen stain.

weak sauce (adj.): Something that is of a poor or disappointing standard or quality.

wet market (n.): a market that sells perishable items (such as fresh meat and produce) and sometimes live animals which are often slaughtered on-site.

WFH: An abbreviation for “working from home.”

whataboutism: the act or practice of responding to an accusation of wrongdoing by claiming that an offense committed by another is similar or worse also : the response itself. The synonymous term whataboutery is more common in British English.

wine o'clock (n.): An appropriate time of day for starting to drink wine.

WIP: Work in progress.


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