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Meaning of CHADROOL

What Does CHADROOL Mean?

The word CHADROOL means "stupid person". CHADROOL (sometimes written SHADROOL) comes from (centriolo), the Italian word for cucumber. (CHADROOL is a local dialectic version of centriolo.)
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Definition for CHADROOL

CHADROOL means "Stupid person". This is the most common definition for CHADROOL on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about CHADROOL:

Definition:Stupid person
5: Extremely difficult to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers
An Image for CHADROOL
When I write CHADROOL, I mean this:

meaning of CHADROOL
The image shows a lad who forgot his suncream. (That's going to hurt, mate.)

Examples of CHADROOL in Sentences

Here are examples of CHADROOL being used in conversations:
  • Person A: Can you lose weight by rubbing your stomach?
  • Person B: No, CHADROOL.
  • Person A: What is the right age to start teaching my dog about sex?
  • Person B: I don't know, CHADROOL, but I want to video that.

An Academic Look at CHADROOL

Grammatically, CHADROOL is the diminutive form of CENTRIOLO. A diminutive can be used to show a small version (e.g., book > booklet), familiarity (e.g., Michael > Mike), or affection (e.g., Bobby > Bobbikins).

As CHADROOL is used when addressing someone, it ought to be in the vocative case, which is shown by offsetting the word with commas. However, for typing efficiency, these commas are nearly always omitted in text speak.

What Did We Used To Say?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "dopey" or "fool" instead of CHADROOL.

A Text with CHADROOL

Using CHADROOL on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)


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