1) Crap.
2) A lie.
3) Used in computer science to describe crappy software. See also: bloatware.
My new computer was loaded with a whole batch of free-to-try software. I immediately remove that sort of bloat when I see it.
von Pieter DD 14. September 2008
Bloat means to eat or can be used as a noun, in the describing of any kind of food.

Derived from the word "bloated", which is, of course, the feeling that one gets once they've consumed a large amount of food.
"Yeah, bro...I just woke up from my nap. I'm gonna go grab some bloat and head over there."

"I'm so hungry. I gonna go get some bloat at Taco Bell."
von Chaseburgala 1. November 2009
A life threatening condition developed in dogs. Also known as Gastric Tortion this is were the stomach doesn't empty properly, then swells with and gas and then twists. Any breed that has a deep and narrow chest is prone to this. This can be solved by medication if the stomach hasn't yet twisted. However once the stomach has twisted it can only be treated with an expensive operation. This is only if the condition is caught in the early stages. If conditions are gone unrecognised it could cause a certain and painful death.
"Dude i had to put my dog down last night"
"Why"
"Because her stomach twisted the vet called it bloat"
von finnerty 29. August 2009
A word commonly used by the skeets, meaning a lie. Probably derived from the real meaning of the word bloat (to swell up or inflate), which is normally applied to their tales.

Mind you, the skeets often use bloats to refer to things that often aren't bloated. Like their car.
Ayy, that's bloats, she disn't be riding yet, leek.
von Fry Crayola 10. Dezember 2003
Blows goats
Wow, this bar really bloats
von MephistoMonkeeJEK 5. März 2014

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