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To cut class, ditch class, skip class, play hookey, etc. Basically, to not go to class when you're supposed to. The term comes from the word "sabotage," and originally referred to how laziness would sabotage efficiency in the work place.
are you able to say this, also when skipping out on other things? Comment by: characharaboy   
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Posted by: BruceRating:1.2  
"Cool", great, wonderful. Hip version of "Sugoi", meaning favorably impressed, equilvalent to the American English "cool". The last sylable is sometimes extended for emphasis, "SU-GEEEE", again similar to the English, "COOOOL!"
i like sugoi better... Comment by: hihi   
I LOVE Sugoi! Comment by: Ligaya   
sugoi is better. More people use it too I thought. Screw sugee. >_ Comment by: PON PON   
'sugee' is a slang word you really get used to ~ I come across it a lot while playing jap games. It's kinda a welcome relief with all these non-japanese wannabes raping 'sugoi~' Comment by: eriberri    Rated:4/5
=_= there like almost no difference in saying "sugoi" lol woooow Comment by: miyoko-chan   
Sugge is used more by kids, it sounds kinda odd coming from anyone older than junior high age. Comment by: Ken    Rated:3/5
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