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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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jack
n. Jack Daniel's whiskey. 1. Give me a glass of jack, straight.

jack
v. steal a car with a driver or passenger in it. 1. My car got jacked but at least I'm all right.

jack around
v. mess around; do little or nothing; waste time

jack off
v. waste time or energy; do little or nothing

jack off
v. masturbate (men only)

jack off
v. masturbate (said of men)

jack up
v. motivate or stimulate somebody or something

jack up
v. raise the price of something

jacked
adj. damaged; injured; harmed; messed up

jacked up
adj. aroused, excited

jacked up
adj. upset; distressed

jacknife
v. fold in; fold in half (said of a tractor-trailer that forms a "V" shape after a collision)

jackshit
n. nothing; nothing at all

Jag
n. Jaguar car

jam
n. problem; difficulty

jam
v. play musical instruments together in an improvisational style

jammed up
adj. in difficulty; in trouble

jammed up
adj. stuffed with food; constipated

jamming
adj. very good; excellent; outstanding

jaw
v. chat; talk nonsense

jay
n. marijuana cigarette

jazz up
v. make somebody or something more interesting or sexually appealing

jazzed
adj. excited; in a good frame of mind

jazzed up
adj. excited; in a good frame of mind

jazzy
adj. appealing; enticing

jerk
n. dumb, unappealing person

jerk around
v. harass or waste somebody's time

jerk off
v. waste time or energy; do little or nothing

jerk off
v. masturbate (men only)

jerk off
v. masturbate (said of men)

jerry-rigged
adj. temporary and inefficient (solution to a problem)

jive
adj. inaccurate; deceptive; flashy but meaningless

jive
n. lie; lies, nonsense

jive
n. retort; back talk

jive
n. drugs

jive talk
n. slang; currently popular words and phrases

jive turkey
n. dumb person

jive-ass
adj. nonsensical

jock
n. athlete; athletic supporter (clothing)

Joe Six-Pack
n. ordinary man (typically one who sits in front of the television and drinks beer)

joggers
n. jogging shoes; running shoes; sneakers

john
n. customer of a prostitute

john
n. toilet; bathroom; restroom

John Wayne
v. try to be a hero; be heroic; ham it up for the media

joint
n. prison; jail

joint
n. marijuana cigarette

joint
n. bar; tavern; grill

joint
n. low-quality place for food or drink

jonesing
n. need for drugs; need for anything in particular. 1. He was jonesing for some smack.

juice
n. electricity; power

juice
n. interest paid to organized crime on a loan

jump
v. physically attack or assault somebody

jump
v. have sex with somebody

jump in a lake
idiom. leave; get out; go away

jump start
n. starting one car by using power (via jumper cables) from another car

jump street
n. start; beginning; outset (of something)

junk
n. drugs (heroin in particular)

junk it
v. discard it; get rid of it

junkie
n. addict

junkie
n. drug user; drug addict

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


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