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1A person's cousin.‘did you know that Claire's my cuz?’See also coz
- 1.1US A friend or acquaintance (typically used as a form of address between men)‘he always greeted people with a smile and "Whassup, cuz?"’
- 1.1US A friend or acquaintance (typically used as a form of address between men)
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