Devo

1. deviant;
2. objectionable person

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • DEVO — au Festival International de Benicàssim (2007). Devo (le groupe de désévolution) est un groupe de rock d after punk ou de new wave proto industrielle, originaire d Akron en Ohio. Il s est produit pour la première fois en 1972 et il est parvenu à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Devo — au Festival international de Benicàssim (2007). Devo (le groupe de désévolution) est un groupe de rock d after punk ou de new wave proto industrielle, originaire d Akron en Ohio. Il s est produit pour la première fois en 1972 et il est parvenu à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Devo — Mark Mothersbaugh 2008 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Devo — This article is about the band. For other uses, see Devo (disambiguation). Devo in Boston, June 27, 2008 Background information Origin …   Wikipedia

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  • Devo — ▪ American music group       American new wave (new wave) band from Akron, Ohio, that took its name from devolution, the theory of mankind s regression that informed the band s music and stage act. The band members were Mark Mothersbaugh, Jerry… …   Universalium

  • devo — I. /ˈdɛvoʊ/ (say devoh) adjective Colloquial extremely upset: completely devo about the team s loss. Also, devo d, devoed. {shortened form of devastated} II. /ˈdivoʊ/ (say deevoh) noun Colloquial a deviant. {shortened form of deviant} …   Australian English dictionary

  • devo — adj American apparently robotic or depersonalised. The name of the avant garde late 1970s band (who presented themselves as near automatons and semi retards due to devolution ) is now used to describe a somnambulistic , expressionless person or… …   Contemporary slang

  • Devo — Recorded as D Vaux, De Vaux, Vaux, D Avaux, Devo, Devot, Devote, Devoy, Devoye, and probably others, this is a famous English surname, but usually one of Norman French origins. Introduced into England in two separate periods, the first and most… …   Surnames reference


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