a word to describe the African-american culture of which contains a ghetto/hood/gangster mentality. it's suggested the targeted subject is extremely unsophisticated. Although the word is not consider an ethnic slur today, its underlined meaning is derogatory and usage projects an inferior perception.
"Yo...this club we be hitting up is so urban now days."

person #1 "His pants are sagging low"
person #2 "yea, he's got urban stylez"

"those urbs are having a freestyle battle"
de Rudah 8 juillet 2013
inner city
thoes ppl are really urban
de charliee mcfell 25 septembre 2010
Urban means City Culture around the World.

It can also mean New (as cities and people often grow and change).
Does urban culture affect modern music? Or does modern music affect urban culture?
de Kimberley130 11 février 2010
Modern. Describes something seen as current with the majority culture in the West.
The term urban legend designates a folk tale perceived as more modern than other traditional or culture-specific stories, in spite of the fact that many urban legends do not take place in urban areas.
de jskinner 7 décembre 2008
I am trying to write a few more urbans to add to my total.
de wario 4 décembre 2008
A word commonly used by those of lower intelligence, or rednecks, when attempting to tell a story in past tense. Esp. when put under pressure or in the presence of those with higher social standing thus causing an attemp at formality (proper grammar).
John Dyss: Uh, officer what I be tryin... 'Err, been' (pronounced 'urban') tryin ta tell ya is I was busy brandin' ma cows, If ya know what I mean;) , night o' the robbery."
de ClothyMonster 5 avril 2011
The native language of those who live in Urbania. Since the discovering of this small society and their language, some of their words have crept into everyday english and the way people dress.

Oh my god, yesterday, on the way to work I saw this guy sitting on a bench who looked sooooo Urban
de sheldonlt 29 décembre 2008

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