put you off

02:59 Jul 3, 2011
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English term or phrase: put you off
Hey i don't know if i can ask in portuguese...anyway, i was listening to a song by T-pain, the name of the song is "booty work" and he say something like this: "i'm trying take you out of this club and PUT YOU OFF in my bed".
What is the meaning of this "put you off" slang... i know that is something nasty but i can't find out.

I have lots of questions about slangs that they use, im gonna ask everything here, if you guys answer me, i'll be very glad, but the main answer is bout the first topic.

1- what the slang "put you off" means?
2- what "humping" means?
3- what "shawty" means?
4- what "swag" means?
5- what "tramp stamp" means?

thank you.
Paulo Taylor Stabile.
paulo taylor

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4colocar você de lado...esconder você
1 +1Lyrics dont make much sense - chegar ao orgasmo
Nick Taylor
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Put off
Yasutomo Kanazawa

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Lyrics dont make much sense - chegar ao orgasmo

Lyrics dont make much sense - could be chegar ao orgasmo

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agree  airmailrpl: if it is "get you off in my bed", then chegar ao orgasmo
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colocar você de lado...esconder você

put you off => colocar você de lado => esconder você

1. Put off

1)To procrastinate or delay.

2)To be made uneasy or become interested in a person, idea, event (etc).

1)I have a paper to write but it can be put off until tomorrow.

2)Johny: "So what happen with that girl?"
Steve Badson: "Well, I was gonna hook up but now I'm just put off because she said she had the HIV"

annoyed pissed off angry mad detered procrastinate

2. put off

Put off = postpone

When you know that you will not be able to do something, then you have to put it off.
John: Sorry, but I've just missed my flight and our meeting starts at 3pm
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=put off

put you off => stash you => esconder

to hide, store secretly

Note added at 18 hrs (2011-07-03 21:22:31 GMT)

Check out the Urban dictionary for the rest of the terms:

ex: what "tramp stamp" means? = tatuagem em uma garota
1. Tramp Stamp 8645 up, 738 down

A tattoo above a woman's ass crack.
Her pants were so low cut, you could see her tramp stamp.

“Tramp Stamp” is a derogatory term referring to a tattoo which a women places on her lower back. It is especially popular among women born in the late 70’s, 80‘s, and even early 90’s. Fair or unfair, these tattoos have a socially constructed connotation associated with them. These women are labeled as tramps, whores, or other derogatory sexually promiscuous terms.

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Reference: Put off

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I could only give you a definition in English, but put off here means to take her clothes off, i.e. take her out of the club and take her to your place and strip her clothes off in your bed.

put off
2. To take off; discard: put off a sweater.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/put off

Yasutomo Kanazawa
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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