• A 'contronym' is a word that can mean one thing
or the exact opposite.
Ex: "Dust" can mean 'to remove dust' or 'to cover with dust.‘
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    • Fuck them: I hate them. Keep them away. Or Fuck them: Orgy
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    • Like "burn the village down, even the women and children
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    • Woman: “I’m fine”
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    • This works with "yes" if a girl says it
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    • Unlockable can mean "in ability to lock" or "ability to unlock"
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    • so like when a girl says "im fine"
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    • When a woman says "No"
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    • Thanos dusting people:
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    • Unlockable it is saying it can be unlocked but can also never be unlocked
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    • Take care of. Could mean to look after, or to assassinate
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    • Dust isn’t a good work for this. Off is a better one. My alarm went OFF in the morning so I had to turn it OFF
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    • “Unlockable” means either “able to unlock” or “ unable to lock”
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    • Just like the word “No” am I right fellas?
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    • Does Unlockable count?
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    • Alarms can go OFF and have to be turned OFF
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    • Aloha
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    • Unlockable means you can unlock it or it can’t be locked
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    • So like aloha
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    • “Literally” means literally but it also means figuratively
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    • You're the shit. You are shit. You ain't shit. I take a lot of shit. I take a shit.
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    • unlockable
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    • like “no i dont consent”
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    • Like the wprd "Off". The alarm went off so I had to turn it off
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    • Don’t forget about the term “donut hole.” Which means both the empty hole in a donut. And the dough that used to fill that hole. So “donut hole” means both the mass of dough and the lack of that mass.
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    • Unlockable can mean in able to be locked or able to be locked
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    • Your girl: “Have fun tonight.”
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    • 'Smoke a fag' can be light a cigarette or murder a homosexual
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    • Left can mean to leave or to remain
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    • Unlockable. Means it can be unlocked or that it cant be locked
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    • Off. Turn the alarm off, the alarm is going off.
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    • Clip: to connect together. Clip: to cut apart
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    • Unlockable: Cannot be locked, OR is locked and may become unlocked later.
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    • “It’s all downhill from here” can mean it gets easier from here or it gets worse
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    • The word off. I turned the light off. The fire alarm went off.
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    • “I’m fine”
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    • "The alarm went off so I turned it off."
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    • so when a girl says “i love you”?
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    • Clip can mean to separate or put together
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    • In America the word “shit” has multiple meanings including the opposite.
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    • So a contronym is a contronym in itself
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    • Trim: adding to clothing or cutting clothing
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    • Off. The alarm went off so I turned it off.
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    • If something goes off, did it activate or deactivate?
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    • "Shit"is the most widely used version of this
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    • Nigga: friend or someone you hate.
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    • Like inflamable means it can't be burnt and it can be burnt
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    • If you get a strike in baseball it’s because you couldn’t strike the ball
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    • I’ve never heard anybody use “dust” to describe something being covered with dust.
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    • Cleaved: now that’s a funny word. You can cleave something apart, or you can cleave something together. WiseOldHermit
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    • "Stop"
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    • Contronym... cool. Might be the neatest new word I’ve learned in a while
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    • Niqqa could mean different things depending on your tone of voice
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    • “Cleave” can mean to separate or to bond together.
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    • Unlockable can mean something that's able to be unlocked or something that's unable to be locked
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    • “I’m fine”
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    • Off. "my alarm went off, so I turned it off"
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    • If somebody says "No", that can mean yes or no depending on how you feel in the moment
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    • Noise canceling headphones
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    • A more common one is to rent. It means either to sell/lease or to buy the use of a commodity.
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    • Cleave is another. You can cleave something into 2 pieces with a meat cleaver, but you can also cleave to someone, sticking to them all the time
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    • Like shit: This is shit or That’s the Shit
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    • Thanos covered half the universe in dust
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    • The figure of speech meaning of “that blows” and “that sucks” are the same but their literal meanings are opposite.
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    • Foreigners: is this what this means? English language: Yes but also no
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    • Shit = bad the shit = good
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    • So the word "literally" apparently
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    • Priceless
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    • Have you ever noticed that “you’re shit” and “you ain’t shit” are both insults, but “you’re the shit” is a complement?
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    • Shit means everything. The shit, ain't shit, literal shit....
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    • Left. 2 people left the room. Or there are 2 people left (still here)
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    • Unlockable: able to be unlocked, and Unlockable: unable to be locked
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    • Like the work “clip”. Clip together, or clip off a small piece
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    • Fat chance. Thin chance.
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    • I'm up for that and I'm down for that mean the exact same thing
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    • Blow can mean to literally can mean to push air out or to suck dick
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    • Smash
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    • Shelled. Nuts are shelled until you have shelled them, then they don't have a shell.
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    • Why would you cover something in dust
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    • Itch
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    • Yall arent getting it with your examples lol
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    • Off. The alarm is off. The alarm is going off.
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    • Блин - fuck or pancake?
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    • This picture triggered my allergies wtf
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    • Peel
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    • "I'm gonna dust Your house" *precedes to cake the house in dust*
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    • DOUBLESPEAK
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    • Unlockable means "able to be unlocked" but also "not able to be locked"
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    • Itch
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    • Fuck someone: give them pleasure, or give them suffering
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    • Woman: “No.”
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    • Dry: being without moisture, or soaking up moisture
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    • Itch
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    • Who purposely places dust?
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    • Clip can mean to attach or detach
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    • Aloha
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    • “You are so cool”
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