When you haven't done something in a long time.
For example, I haven't seen her in a minute.
作者 MM 2004年7月27日
I period of time that is most likely longer then a minute.
Rather it be the past, or future, you can use the term.
I'll holler at you in a minute.
I ain't seen him in a minute.
作者 6FingazInDaFlesh 2010年7月08日
what you say when someone tells you to do something but your too lazy to do it.
mother: billy! go take out the trash you stupid little cunt! i knew your father should have used a condom!
billy: in a minute....
作者 billy 2005年4月22日
A phrase used to make people think you are going to do what they say 'in a minute', however the task is almost always never done as the person is too lazy. It is most effective when used to piss someone off. Goes well with whining noises.
Simon: Get a life, you prick!
Tabish: In a minute! (moans)
作者 Tabish 2006年4月11日
Another way of saying farewell (like BYE), especially over the phone.
CALLER 1: I'll holla at you tomorrow.

CALLER 2: Alright.

CALLER 1: Alright, in a minute.
作者 Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant 2006年10月30日

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