An all-purpose directional in Boston, meaning “up to” or even just “to,” as in “I’m going up Canada on vacation” or “The kids have gone up the movie theater.”
Extremely, very, really. Something may be “wicked cool,” “wicked bad,” etc. Widely used around New England.
The vehicle that cleans up after a wreck or takes your car away if it’s parked improperly — a tow truck.
A definite yes in Boston. A response to “No suh!” (meaning more or less “no way!”).
A Vermonter’s “Yes.”
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