hardcore

[Adjective] Strongly following a particular belief or activity. Also openly showing sexual activity.
Example: He belonged to a hardcore group of football hooligans.
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Hardcore

Hardcore is slang for thoroughly criminal, deviant or sexually debauched.
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Hardcore

Hardcore is slang for thoroughly criminal, deviant or sexually debauched.
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hardcore

In pop music, of any style, the more extreme and generally less commercial end of the spectrum: hardcore techno is a minimalist electronic dance music; hardcore rap is aggressive or offensive; hardcore punk jettisons form and melody for speed and noise. There are several main tendencies within hardcore punk. The very similar styles know...
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Hardcore

Skaters not afaid to take risks.
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Hardcore

[electronic dance music genre] Hardcore is a sub-genre of electronic dance music originally European from the emergent raves in the 1990s initially designed at Rotterdam in Netherlands, derived from techno. Its sub-genres are usually distinct from the other electronic dance musics by a higher rapidity (160 to 200 BPM or more), the intensity...
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