Ponce Definition

pōnsā, -sĕ
ponced, poncing
noun
Webster's New World
(UK, slang) A man that is employed by a prostitute to find clients, who may also act as a bodyguard and driver. A ponce is different from a pimp in that the woman is the employer, not the man. Therefore, to be one is seen by some as submissive and effeminate and the term is occasionally used as an insult.
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(UK, pejorative) A posh or effeminate person.

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proper name
Seaport in S Puerto Rico.
Webster's New World
verb
ponced, poncing

(UK, slang) To act as a pimp.

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(UK, slang) Hence, to try to get rid of or proactively sell something.
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(UK, pejorative) To behave in a posh or effeminate manner.

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(UK, slang) To borrow (something) from somebody without returning it.

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other
A city of southern Puerto Rico southwest of San Juan. It is an agricultural trade and distribution center.
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Other Word Forms of Ponce

Noun

Singular:
ponce
Plural:
ponces
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