• \ay-tee-SIKS\ •
verb INFORMAL • NORTH AMERICAN
1. slang term used in the American food service industry to describe an item no longer available on the menu.
"eightysix kale caesar; we just ran out of kale."
2. eject or bar (someone) from an establishment, event, etc.
"Hey Jim, can you eightysix that group in the corner? They must think bars are BYOB."
3. get rid-of, ban, or cancel.
"They should eightysix plastic straws, these grass ones are the best I ever had!"
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