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What's up; what's happening (used as a friendly or informal greeting)‘sup, guys’
- ‘Sup Ronnie, thanks for that awesome trailer!’
- ‘Sup bro, I'm 18 and been training for 1.5 years and my gains are pure compared to my buddies.’
- ‘Sup guys, just checking in.’
- ‘Sup Bro Have you heard anything about C-Mart pitching tomorrow?’
- ‘Sup my man, you liking Cam for tonight or Palmer?’
- ‘Sup with these nerdy games man.’
- ‘Sup Grey, thanks for the read!’
- ‘Well, for all the cool dudes like myself who are not at SABR Conference, sup?’
1950s (in Scottish use, in the sense ‘what is the matter?’): informal abbreviation of what's up; compare wassup.
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