n urban slang
term meaning either "lots of," or "very." I rather like this usage because it may refer to either a quantity
or a quality
, and in neither case needs a preposition
to be correct. It's meaning has to be glean
ed from context
, but in casual conversation this is always easy. AFAIK
, it is the only word in English
that has the flexibility
to both quantify and qualify.
To illustrate, both of these sentences are correct:
I can't come to the party, I have mad cars waiting at the shop.
I'm mad hungry, let's order a pizza.
And so forth.