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    Wet your beak

    Hello all.

    Expression "wet your beak"
    what does it mean?

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    Re: Wet your beak

    To drink some alcohol (your first drink) or to get your share of a criminal venture.

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    Re: Wet your beak

    To muscle in on someone else's action. To take a piece of the pie.

    When Johnny Sack moved to Jersey, he claimed "I'm not looking to wet my beak." But Tony Soprano knew otherwise.

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