nut out/up

vb
to go crazy, lose control of oneself, run amok. A recent teenagers' and college students' term.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • nut — /nʌt / (say nut) noun 1. a dry fruit consisting of an edible kernel or meat enclosed in a woody or leathery shell. 2. the kernel itself. 3. Botany a hard, indehiscent, one seeded fruit, as the chestnut or the acorn. 4. any of various devices or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Nut graph — Nut sheller redirects here. For the hand operated machine that shells nuts, see Universal Nut Sheller. In journalism, a nut graph is a paragraph, particularly in a feature story, that explains the news value of the story.[1][2] The term is also… …   Wikipedia

  • nut something out — ˌnut sth ˈout derived (AustralE, NZE, informal) to calculate sth or find the answer to sth • I m going to have to nut it out on a piece of paper. Main entry: ↑nutderived …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Nut (fruit) — Hazelnuts from the Common Hazel Chestnuts …   Wikipedia

  • Nut graf — In journalism, a nut graf (sometimes spelled nut graph or nut graph, and also called a billboard) is one or more paragraphs, particularly in a feature story, that explain the news value of the story. [cite web url =… …   Wikipedia

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