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    meaning

    You should have BOOGEYING ON IN man.You should 've PUT ON a show...
    Please give me a meaning for Boogey and put on in this sentence
    Thanks a lot

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    Re: meaning

    'boogey/boogie' -- move casually, fashionably, cooly, confidently.
    'put on a show' -- perform (usually, to impress the viewers)

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