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English Slang





This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms, expressions, and a lot more, available in English. As always with slang, be careful using what you hear; it may not work quite the way you expect.

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F2F
n. face to face

fab
adj. fabulous (abbreviated form)

fab
adj. fabulous; terrific

face man
n. handsome man with little personality

face time
n. time in which two people meet in person, as opposed to communicating by email or telephone

face-off
n. confrontation (from sports)

fade
v. leave; depart; go away

faff
n. ineffective action or activity

faff
v. do something ineffectively

faff about
v. do something ineffectively

fag
n. male homosexual

faggot
n. male homosexual

fairy
n. male homosexual

falsies
n. artificially enlarged breasts (either through surgery or padding). 1. Nice falsies on her, but I'd rather have the real thing.

family jewels
n. testicles. 1. Careful with the family jewels.

fancy
v. like; find appealing; enjoy. 1. You fancy him? Why? He's such a nerd.

FAQ
abbr. frequently asked questions

far out
adj. cool; nice; excellent

far out
adj. rarefied; obscure; difficult to comprehend

fart
n. sound or smell or a release of intestinal gas

fart
v. release gas. 1. Who farted?

fart
n. dumb, undesirable person (usually male). 1. Who's that old fart?

fart around
v. waste time; mess around

fart sake
n. bedroll; sleeping bag

fascinoma
n. any interesting or amusing medical condition, particularly tumors and malignancies

fast buck
n. easy money; income easily earned

fast mover
n. high-speed aircraft or ground vehicles

fast track
n. path of rapid rise through an organization or situation

fast-track
v. move something or somebody quicky through an organization or situation

fat
adj. well-stocked; having sufficient or excess of something. 1. He's fat with cash now that he received his bonus.

fat lip
n. swollen lip resulting from a blow to the mouth

fat-ass
adj. said of a person with a large butt

fat-assed
adj. said of a person with a large butt

FCOL
abbr. for crying out loud

fender-bender
n. minor collision between automobiles

fiddlesticks
exclam. drat; darn (used in place of shit to express anger or frustration)

F-ing
adj. fucking

F-ing around
v. fucking around

fink
n. informer; someone who reveals secrets

fink on somebody
v. betray somebody; reveal secrets about somebody

first base
n. the act of kissing (as a step in increasing levels of sexual intimacy). 1. First base? Is that all? Just kissing?

first daddy n. first sergeant

first shirt
n. first sergeant

five by five
idiom. okay; all's well; all's good; everything is fine. 1. Five by five. We're ready to start.

five-finger discount
n. shoplifting; stealing from a store

fix
n. bribe; money paid to effect an outcome. 1. The fix is in. We're sure to win.

flack
n. criticism; complaints

flak
n. criticism; complaints

flake
n. a silly, giddy person. 1. She's a total flake, so don't count on her to remember.

flaky
adj. spacey; absentminded; unreliable

flame
n. angry message or personal attack online

flame
v. post an angry message or personal attack online

flame war
n. exchange of angry messages or personal attacks online

flash
n. a sudden idea or memory. 1. I had a flash of inspiration this morning.

flash
n. very brief amount of time. 1. It happened in a flash.

flash
v. show or reveal something briefly

flash-to-bang time
n. interval from an artillery gun’s recoil to the explosion of the shell fired (the shorter, the better in combat)

flat
adj. carbonated beverage that has lost its carbonization. 1. This soda has gone flat.

flat
adj. said of a woman with small breasts

flat-chested
adj. said of a woman with small breasts

flea
n. internist; doctor who specializes in internal medicine

flexitarian
n. vegetarian who sometimes eats meat or fish

flick
n. movie, film. 1. Let's see a flick tonight.

flip
v. go crazy; go nuts

flip one's lid
v. go crazy; go nuts

flip one's wig
v. go crazy; go nuts

flip out
v. go crazy; go nuts; lose control

flip side
n. other side of a story, argument, or claim

flip side
n. return trip, esp. for a long trip

flip side
n. opposite side of a phonograph (vinyl) record

FLK
abbr. funny-looking kid (used in nursery)

flub something up
v. mess up; make mistakes; do something incorrectly

fly
adj. stylish; attractive; appealing

flying
adj. under the influence of drugs

foam
n. beer

fob
v. attempt to satisfy somebody using deception

FOB
abbr. forward operating base

fobbit
n. soldier in a safe place; soldier who never leaves the FOB (forward operating base)

FOOBAR
abbr. fucked up beyond all recognition; very gravely damaged or in very poor condition (n.b.: the "oo" reflects the pronunciation of the acronym). 1. The project? Totally fubar.

fooey
n. nonsense; rubbish; foolish talk or ideas

foot it
v. walk or run somewhere

footy
n. football (soccer to Americans, though more vigorous and even violent than the soccer played elsewhere)

Fort Living Room
n. home; civilian life

fossil
n. old-fashioned, outmoded person

fox
n. attractive, sexy young woman (though sometimes said of men)

fox
v. fire a weapon (from an aircraft)

foxy
adj. sexy (for women in particular)

foxy lady
n. sexy woman

frag
n. fragmentation grenade

frag
n. wound or kill using a fragmentation grenade

fragged
adj. damaged, destroyed, ruined

frak
n. fuck (from the TV series "Battlestar Galactica; all variants of fuck are reproduced with frak)

frankenfood
n. genetically engineered or modified food

frantic
adj. fun, wild, amazing

freak
v. lose control; panic

freak
n. frequency (for radio communications)

freak out
v. lose control; panic

freak somebody out
v. stun, surprise, or shock somebody

freaked
adj. stunned; shocked; surprised

freaked out
adj. stunned; shocked; surprised

freaking
adj. unsuitable; unacceptable; upsetting

freebasing
n. smoking crack cocaine

freebee
n. something free

freebie
n. something free

freegan
n. person who only eats food that can be gotten for free

freeze
v. ignore or reject somebody

frell
n. fuck (from the TV series "Farscape"; all variants of fuck are reproduced with frell)

French
adj. of or pertaining to oral sex

French
n. oral sex (the act itself)

French
v. kiss using the tongue

French
v. perform oral sex on somebody

French kiss
n. kissing with the tongue

French kiss
v. kiss using the tongue

fresh
adj. stylish; new; appealing

fresh off the boat
adj. newly arrived (usually from another country)

Freud squad
n. psychiatrists

fricking
adj. poor; lousy; frustrating

friendlies
n. allies, whether civilian or military

frigging
adj. poor; lousy; frustrating

frigid
adj. sexually disinterested; not into sexual activity. 1. She's so frigid, she won't even kiss me.

frikking
n. annoying; irritating; damned (from "fucking")

from the get-go
adj. from the outset; from the start

frosty one
n. beer (esp. cold beer)

froth
n. beer

fruit
n. male homosexual

fruit salad
n. rows of campaign ribbons on a uniform

fruitcake
n. male homosexual

fruitcake
n. person who acts childish or silly

fruity
adj. of or pertaining to silly behavior

FUBAR
abbr. fucked up beyond all recognition; very gravely damaged or in very poor condition

fuck
n. sexual intercourse. 1. She's a great fuck.

fuck
v. have sexual intersource with. 1. They fucked all night long.

fuck
exclam. strong expression of frustration, anger, or impatience. 1. Oh, fuck, I forgot.

fuck
v. damage or run. 1. He fucked the entire project.

fuck (someone) over
v. take advantage of; exploit; abuse. 1. Don't try to fuck me over.

fuck (something) up
v. damage or mangle something. 1. I totally fucked up the test.

fuck about
v. spend time doing minor, irrelevant things. 1. Stop fucking about, you've got work to do.

fuck around
v. spend time doing minor, irrelevant things. 1. Don't fuck around anymore.

fuck friend
n. a friend one has sexual relations with; a friend with benefits. 1. I'm off to see my fuck friend for some fun.

fuck it
exclam. strong expression of frustration, anger, or impatience. 1. Fuck it, I've had it.

fuck like bunnies
v. have sex regularly and repeatedly

fuck like rabbits
v. have sex regularly and repeatedly

fuck me
exclam. strong expression of surprise, shock, or dismay. 1. Fuck me. I don't believe it.

fuck off
v. imp. go away; shove off. 1. Fuck off, all of you, right now.

fuck up
v. make an error; screw up; make a mistake; do something badly or incorrectly. 1. We really fucked up

fuck with somebody
v. threaten somebody; mess with somebody; irritate somebody

fuckwit
n. dumb, stupid person

fuck with something
v. tinker or play with something

fuck you
v. imp. strong expression of anger directed at someone. 1. Fuck you. I'm sick and tired of your shit.

fucker
n. a person with many negative traits (used pejoratively or disparagingly; rarely used for women). 1. He's suck a fucker.

fucking
n. the act of having sexual intercourse. 1. Their fucking is so incredibly noisy it kept me up all last night.

fucking
adj. used to emphasize or stress the importance of the following words; very, extremely (intonation indicates if good or bad is meant). 1. You're fucking nuts; I can't believe this fucking weather.

fucking A
exclam. a strong expression of satisfaction or delight. 1. A raise!? Fucking A!

fuck-me shoes
n. very high heels that make a woman sexier

fudge
exclam. drat; darn (used in place of fuck to express anger or frustration)

fudge packer
n. man who engages in anal sex with another man

fugly
adj. fat and ugly

full bird
n. full colonel, as opposed to a lieutenant colonel, which is one rank lower (in the U.S. Army)

full bull
n. full colonel, as opposed to a lieutenant colonel, which is one rank lower (in the U.S. Army)

full of it
adj. lying; dumb (from "full of shit"). 1. He's so full of it, no one should believe anything he says.

full of shit
adj. lying; dumb. 1. You're so full of shit.

full-court press
idiom. effort or pressure put on sombody to accomplish something

funk
n. depression; depressed mood. 1. Why the funk? What's wrong? 2. He's always in a funk, no matter how good things are.

funk
n. stench; bad smell. 1. Quite a funk here. Do you ever clean this place?

funky
adj. smelly; stinky. 1. What's that funky odor? Did something die? 2. The cat's litter box is getting funky.

funky
adj. strange; peculiar; odd. 1. "Play that funky music, white boy" (song lyrics).

furball
n. chaotic combat among many aircraft

fuzz
n. police; police officer. 1. Quick, run, the fuzz is here.

FWIW
abbr. for what it's worth

F-word
n. the word "fuck" (said to avoid using the actual word). 1. The F-word was reportedly used on the Senate floor today.


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