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) to concoct or invent (a story, alibi, etc)
to prepare (a meal), esp quickly
) to prepare (a drug) for use by heating, as by dissolving heroin in a spoon
(in the Caribbean) a dish consisting of mixed meats, rice, shrimps, and sometimes vegetables
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