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    Question What does "funk down" mean?

    Context:Miranda and her friend Stevie are annoyed by the remark of a friend who they recently met (She thinks they are old-timers).So they are ready to show her that she is wrong about them.Just before their action Stevie says "Right, come on, funk down. Show her our stuff."
    So please help me understand the meaning of "funk down"in this context.Your help will be much appreciated.

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    Re: What does "funk down" mean?

    While I haven't heard this particular expression before, no doubt it is similar to the expressions 'get on down', 'get funky' etc.

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