meatotomy me·a·tot·o·my (mē’ə-tŏt’ə-mē)
An incision made to enlarge a meatus, as of the urethra or ureter. Also called porotomy.
noun 1. the business or industry of slaughtering cattle and other meat animals and processing the carcasses for sale, sometimes including the packaging of processed meat products.
- Meat rack
noun phrase A gathering place, often public like a park bench or a shopping mall, where one seeks out sex partners; meat market: trailers parked near the river in Greenwich Village, the strip some people call ”the meat rack”/ Crescent Beach was the local meat rack where the beautiful young women from the university drifted […]
- Meat run
noun phrase Any fast train (1950s+ Railroad)
/ˈmiːtˌspeɪs/ noun 1. (slang) the real physical world, as contrasted with the world of cyberspace jargon The physical world (as opposed virtual reality) where you might spend facetime with the carbon community. (1999-01-15)