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To talk nonsense or untruths; a wild dance to jazz music. American slang, origin unknown.

To cheat or swindle someone. Unknown origin, first mentioned in 1829 .

Coffee addicts or stressed personnel in the fast-paced, high-tech field. From “jitter” (unknown origin) +LatinĀ  “literati”=well-read.

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