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An initialism meaning "Dead Right There". Often used to describe the lifeless state of a recently deceased person. Synonymous with "A.R.T." in most situations, but "D.R.T." fits better when referring to the suddenness of a person's death or a peculiar position in which they remained after death. Example: "I thought he was drunk, but he was D.R.T. with his foot on the brake and his hands on the steering wheel!"
by Ben on Feb 24, 2013
2. D.R.T
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dead right there. as in.."was anyone hurt", "yes he was DRT"
by steven dickens on Jun 27, 2012
3. D R T
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A Technical term we small county Deputies used as Coroners - Dead Right There..
by Sgt.D on Feb 20, 2013
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D.R.T. : Dead Right There. Someone who is found deceased. We, Texas Cops use it a lot.
by David L. Wood on Aug 27, 2012
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Dead right there
by Greg Wood on Nov 25, 2013
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Dead right there
by Greg Wood on Nov 25, 2013
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Dead right there
by Greg Wood on Nov 25, 2013
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Dead right there
by Greg Wood on Nov 25, 2013
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Dead right there
by Greg Wood on Nov 25, 2013
10. D.R.T.
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Dead Right There.
by Lewis Daugherty on Mar 16, 2015

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