2016年6月5日 星期日

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Microsoft wants you to throw a party for its Xbox


That one last hurrah with the boys has turned into a six-figure weekend.
One last hurrah with the boys is no longer just one night of debauchery.
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Urban Dictionary: Six Figures

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Six Figures. Money amount with six digits. Anywhere from 100k to 999K. Look at that frugal foo. He makes six figures but he shops at 99 cents store. #six figures ..



hurrah

Pronunciation: /hʊˈrɑː/  
(also hurray /hʊˈreɪ/)

EXCLAMATION

Used to express joy or approval:Hurrah! She’s here at last!

NOUN

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah’:they gave us a loud hurrah as we went by

VERB

[NO OBJECT]
Shout ‘hurrah’:we waved our swords and hurrahed

Origin

Late 17th century: alteration of huzza; perhaps originally a sailors' cry when hauling.




throw a party

Urban Dictionary: Throw a party


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Top Definition. Throw a party. To organise a party or some exciting event.
Put on or hold a social gathering, as in They're throwing a party to introduce their nephew to the neighbors, or She threw a party every Saturday night. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s]

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