a) Little or petty.
b) Consisting of or having the qualities of a pimp.
2. noun
a) The practise of procuring prostitutes.
b) The process of modifying a vehicle (usually a car), predominantly focusing on the exterior, interior and audio-visual system as opposed to for outright performance.

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