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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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G
n. thousand dollars

G2G
abbr. got to go

GAL
abbr. get a life

gang-bang
n. group rape (men on one woman)

gang-bang
n. many men having sex with one woman one after another

gangbanger
n. member of a street gang

gangsta
adj. of or pertaining to a gang or gang member. 1. Don't give me that gangsta attitude.

gangsta
adj. or or pertaining to gangsta rap or anything related to it

gangsta
n. member of a gang

gas guzzler
n. vehicle that uses a lot of gasoline

gat
n. gun; firearm

gate-crasher
n. person who shows up at a party uninvited

gaydar
n. sense or intuition about who is homosexual (from gay + radar). 1. My gaydar is never wrong. He's homosexual.

gazoo
n. buttocks

g'day
idiom. hello; how are you; how's it going (abbreviated from "good day" but used in all contexts). 1. G'day, mate.

gearhead
n. person who enjoys working on cars, particularly his or her own

get a life
exclam. make major changes to your life

get bent
exclam. go away; drop dead (used to reject something or as a retort)

get cracking
v. hurry up; get a move on; get started

get down
v. concentrade hard

get down
v. have sexual relations

get fucked
v. have sexual intersource with someone. 1. I got fucked last night

get fucked
v. be exploited or taken advantage of. 1. We were totally fucked by that computer saleman.

get hooked
v. become addicted (usually to drugs)

get into something
v. become very interested in something

get it
v. be punished or chastized. 1. You're gonna get it if you don't stop now.

get it
v. understand (a joke, information, an idea)

get it on
v. have sexual relations

get it up
v. achieve erection

get made
v. be identified as; be caught as. 1. He got made as a cop and was killed.

get made
v. become part of a group; be allowed to join a group. 1. He got made in the Mafia when he was only seventeen.

get naked
v. enjoy oneself a lot; relax

get off
v. derive pleasure (from doing something)

get off my ass
v. stop it; leave me alone; let me be

get off my back
v. stop it; leave me alone; let me be

get on
v. have (usually good) relations with somebody

get on in years
v. grow old; become older

get one's rocks off
v. have sexual relations; ejaculate (said of men only)

get one's shit together
v. become organized; gather one's possessions

get out of here
exclam. no way; that can't be right; that's wrong

get out of my face
exclam. do not argue with me; make room; make space

get real
v. behave or act practically. 1. Oh, come on, get real, will you?

get somebody's motor running
v. excite somebody; make somebody enthusiastic or sexually aroused

get to first base
v. kiss someone. 1. I got to first base with her last night.

get to somebody
v. irritate, annoy, or bother somebody. 1. He really got to you, didn't he?

get with it
v. hurry up; get a move on; get started. 1. Get with it already, we've got to go.

get with it
v. make one's ideas and actions current. 1. Come on, get with it. You're so behind the times.

get your ass in gear
exclam. get moving; get going; get started. 1. Get your ass in gear. It's time for school.

get your ass in gear
idiom. get moving; start doing what you are supposed to be doing

ghetto blaster
n. large, portable stereo radio/cassette/CD player. 1. Turn down that damn ghetto blaster.

ghetto box
n. large, portable stereo radio/cassette/CD player

gig
n. a one-shot job or task (said often by people in the entertainment business)

gimp
n. person who limps; a crippled person

git-go
n. the start; the absolute beginning

give a flying fuck
v. not care at all; have absolutely no interest whatsoever. 1. Who gives a flying fuck? 2. Why should I give a flying fuck about that?

give a shit
v. care; have an interest in (usually used with a negative connotation). 1. Like I give a shit. 2. I don't give a shit.

give it a rest
v. shut up; stop talking; stop talking about something

give it up
v. stop now; quit now

give me a break
v. that's enough; lay off; no more

give me five
v. a request to touch hands as a form of greeting or agreement

give me some skin
v. a request to touch hands as a form of greeting or agreement

give one's best
idiom. make a supreme effort; perform as well as one can

give one's best to
idiom. say hello to; give one's regards to

give some sugar
v. kiss affectionately (used by older people toward children; not common)

GJ
abbr. grapefruit juice

glad rags
n. fancy clothing; one's best closthing (anachronistic)

glad-hand
v. treat somebody very enthusiastically

glad-hander
n. somebody who is very enthusiastic and friendly

glitch
n. defect; flaw; bug; problem

glitz
n. glamour; flashy, showy style

glitzy
adj. glamourous or stylish in a flashy way

GLM
abbr. good-looking mother (used in pediatrics)

GMTA
abbr. great minds think alike

gnarly
adj. dangerous; risky. 1. Gnarly waves today, you know.

go
n. an attempt; a try

go apeshit
v. become excited or upset. 1. He went apeshit when he heard he was going to be laid off.

go bananas
v. become slightly anxious, agitated, or crazy

go belly up
v. die

go belly up
v. fail; perform poorly

go belly-up
v. fail; go bankrupt. 1. Enron went belly up after it's scandal.

go belly-up
v. fail; go bankrupt

go blooey
v. fail; fall apart; cease to function

go climb a tree
v. go away; get out

go down
v. be accepted or received

go down
v. happen; occur; take place

go down in flames
v. fail dramatically

go down on somebody
v. give oral sex to somebody

go down the chute
v. faill completely

go down the tube(s)
v. faill completely

go flooey
v. fail; fall apart; cease to function

go fly a kite
v. go away; get out

go for it
v. give it a try; do it;

go fuck yourself
v. a strong insult intended to reject or disparage another person. 1. Oh, go fuck yourself.

go home in a box
v. be transported back home in a coffin (i.e.: dead)

go jump in a lake
idiom. leave; get out; go away. 1. Go jump in a lake. No one wants you here.

go jump in a lake
v. go away; get out

go postal
v. go berserk; go crazy; become violent

gob
n. mass or hunk of something; a large amount of something

gofer
n. somebody whose job is to fetch or bring trivial items to more important people

GOK
abbr. God only knows (what is wrong with the patient)

gold brick
v. avoid work; hide from a task or assignment. 1. Stop gold bricking and get back to work.

gold digger
n. woman seeking a relationship partner for money

golden
adj. cool; nice; excellent. 1. We're golden. Let's go.

Golden State
n. California

gomer
n. dumb, oafish person

gomer
n. person thrown out of an emergency room due to repeated or inappropriate visits (short for "get out of my ER")

gone
adj. asleep; unconscious

gonzo
adj. out of control; wild

gonzo
n. foolish or silly person

goo
n. sticky substance

goober
n. pimple

good fuck
n. a person who performs well sexually (usually used to describe a woman). 1. She's a good fuck, but otherwise a pain.

good on ya, mate
idiom. well done; nicely done

good on you, mate
idiom. well done; nicely done

good vibes
n. positive feelings

goodie
n. something good, favored, or appealing

goody
n. something good, favored, or appealing

goody two-shoes
n. person who follows all the rules and expectations of society and culture perfectly. 1. Don't be such a goody two-shoes. You never do anything fun.

goof
n. error; mistake; blunder. 1. What a goof! I'll never be able to fix it in time.

goof around
v. waste time; mess around. 1. Stop goofing around and get some work done.

goof off
v. waste time; mess around

goof up
v. make errors; mess up

goofball
n. foolish or silly person who wastes time. 1. You're such a goofball. You'll never amount to anything.

goofus
n. dumb, oafish person

goofy
adj. silly; inanely

google
v. use Google or a similar search engine find something online

gook
n. Korean; Korean person

goombah
n. good friend; pal

goose egg
n. zero; score of zero. 1. My score on the test: goose egg.

gopher
n. somebody whose job is to fetch or bring trivial items to more important people

gorilla juice
n. steroids; anabolic steriods

Gorillas in the Mist
adj. pissed; drunk; intoxicated

gorked
adj. anesthetized; unresponsive and not speaking

gorp
n. trail mix, i.e. a mixture of dried fruit, nuts, and small candies

gotcha
n. you are caught; I see what you are doing; I understand what you are saying

GPO
abbr. good for parts only

GR8
abbr. great minds think alike

grand
n. thousand dollars. 1. I paid three grand for that plasma TV.

gravy train
n. work situation that provides stable income

grease
n. protection money paid to organized crime groups

greaser
n. aggressive young male (often with air slicked back with grease)

greasy spoon
n. restaurant with poor quality food and hygeine

green
adj. inexperienced; without know-how

green
adj. raw; inexperienced; new to something

grinder
n. sandwich made with Italian bread sliced lengthwise, filled with cold cuts, cheese, and vegetables (used in the Boston area)

gripe
v. complain

grit
n. verve; courage. 1. "True Grit" (movie title). 2. Show some grit and fight.

grody
adj. repulsive; disgusting

grody to the max
adj. extremely repulsive or disgusting

grok
v. understand; comprehend

groovy
adj. cool; nice; excellent (anacrhonistic)

gross
adj. disgusting; repulsive; vulgar

gross somebody out
v. show or tell somebody something disgusting, repulsive or vulgar

gross-out
n. something disgusting, repulsive, or vulgar

grottiness
n. low quality; unpleasantness

grotty
adj. low quality; unpleasant

ground-pounder
n. infantryman

grub
n. hardworking, serious student

grub
n. messy, dirty person. 1. He's a total grub, never bathes or washes his clothes.

grub
n. food. 1. What does someone have to do in this diner to get some grub?

grub
n. food; meal

grubby
adj. messy; dirty; unclean; unkempt

grunt
n. infantryman; now also used to mean a government reject unfit for normal training.

GSW
abbr. gunshot wound

guber
n. pimple

gults
n. gluteus maximus muscles (buttocks muscles)

gun
n. bodyguard; assassin; hired gunman

gun
v. rev up an engine

gun bunny
n. artilleryman

gunk
n. disgusting, messy substance of any sort

gunner
n. hardworking, serious student

gunner
n. medical student working hard for high grades or evaluations

gusto
n. verve; courage

gut
adj. fundamental; basic

gut
n. abdomen; belly; intestines

gut
n. fat belly on a man

gut out
v. endure; persist; persevere

guts
n. verve; courage. 1. He's got guts, arguing with the judge in court.

guzzler
n. vehicle that uses a lot of gasoline


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