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    zhagnxupage is offline Newbie
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    I was watching Prison Break on Fox

    What does "con" mean?

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    Re: I was watching Prison Break on Fox

    Without more context, but considering what you are watching, it is probably the accepted abbreviation for "convict".

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    Re: I was watching Prison Break on Fox

    As a noun, "con" means a prisoner or convict, as Anglika said. As a verb, "con" means to trick someone, to lie to them and get them to help you in some illegal activity.

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