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1.
U.S. currency, preferably in bill form
Settin precedents
Makin mad dead presidents
Super Guy tarafından 18 Mart 2004, Perşembe
 
2.
A term refering to American paper currency. Cash. Can be used to discuss $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills. Used because most American bills have deceased former U.S. Presidents on the front. Usually used on "the streets" by african americans doing buisness.
Yo man these oakleys are gonna cost ya 56 dead presidents.


Alright dude now how many dead presidents do I owe you for these?
Winger tarafından 7 Ağustos 2005, Pazar
 
3.
american money. This term was coined because of the faces most dollar bills have portraits of dead presidents. Usually a slang term found in rap song, not so much said in day-to-day conversation.
i'm out for presidents to represent me (say whaat)
i'm out for presidents to represent me (say whaat)

i'm out for dead presidents to represent me
carlitos azul tarafından 6 Temmuz 2006, Perşembe
 
4.
money, cash, $$$$
I don't rap for dead presidents, yo
white_rappa tarafından 30 Aralık 2003, Salı
 
5.
Dead Presidents is a "street" term for cash money. Obviously, this is drawn from the images of the "dead" US Presidents found on most US Currency ($1 George Washinton, $2 Thomas Jefferson, $5 Abraham Lincoln, $10 Alexander Hamilton, $20 Andrew Jackson, $50 Ulysses S. Grant and $100 Benjamin Franklin). When most of us really want to get "paid in full", we're after a specifc kind of Dead Presidents aka "Benjamins" referring to Benjamin Franklin who is on the $100 bill. The irony here is that Benjamin Franklin, while a great man, was not a US President and neither was Alexander Hamilton (on the $20).
We gonna rob us a bank, and make off with some dead presidents.
Katnip tarafından 24 Mart 2007, Cumartesi
 
6.
American Money
watch them dead presidents stack up to the roof
AC tarafından 30 Kasım 2003, Pazar
 
7.
American currency, any paper money
Jerome: How much is that?
Leroy: I'll make it 20 dead presidents
Jerome: Aight
matt tarafından 1 Ekim 2002, Salı