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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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K
n. thousand (of anything). 1. I make three K per week doing this.

kawabunga
exclam. yeah; horray; yippee (an expression of excitement or enthusiasm, popularized in the TV series "The Simpsons")

keep in touch
phr. good-bye; see you soon

keep one's cool
v. remain relaxed, calm, under control

keep your nose out of my business
phr. do not meddle in my affairs; do not involve yourself in what I am doing

keester
n. buttocks

keg party
n. party or event at which beer is served from a keg (barrel-sized container of beer)

kegger
n. party or event at which beer is served from a keg (barrel-sized container of beer)

kevork
v. ban a person from a Web site or other place online

kewl
adj. good; great; excellent (alternate spelling for "cool")

keyster
n. buttocks

kick
n. good feeling or pleasure derived from something

kick around
n. have nearby; be in one's position

kick back
n. bribe; money paid to effect an outcome

kick back
v. unwind; relax; have fun

kick in the arse
n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something

kick in the ass
n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something

kick in the butt
n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something

kick in the pants
n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something

kick in the rear
n. something that motivates or gets somebody to do something

kick the bucket
v. die, pass away

kick the shit out of (someone)
v. physically attack and abuse someone

kick-ass
adj. appealing; fun; exciting

kick-ass
adj. strong; vigorous

kickback
n. bribe; money paid to effect an outcome

kicky
adj. appealing; fun; exciting

kiester
n. buttocks

kike
n. Jew; Jewish person

killer
adj. very amusing or entertaining

killer
adj. very unusual or extraordinary

kingpin
n. leader of a criminal gang

kinky
adj. weird; strange; unappealing

kinky
adj. unusual, possibly deviant (sexual activity)

kiss ass
v. flatter or toady up to someone for personal gain

kiss my ass
exclam. go away; drop dead (used to reject something or as a retort)

kiss my ass
v. go away; no way (expression of frustration, disbelief, or dismissal)

kiss up to
v. flatter; be obsequious to somebody

kiss-ass
adj. obsequious or servile

kiss-ass
n. obsequious, servile person

kissyface
n. kissing

klick
n. kilometer. 1. The enemy is about three klicks from here.

klotz
n. clumsy, often dumb, person

kludge
n. sloppy or inefficient solution to a problem in computer hardware or software

kludgy
adj. inefficient, low-quality software

kluge
n. sloppy or inefficient solution to a problem in computer hardware or software

klutz
n. clumsy, often dumb, person. 1. He's a total klutz. Don't ask him to try to fix your car.

klutzy
adj. dumb; stupid; idiotic

knackered
adj. very tired; wiped out; exhausted

knickers
n. underwear

knock
v. reject, criticize, or berate something or somebody

knock back
v. drink rapidly

knock one back
v. drink alcohol; have a drink (of alcohol)

knock somebody up
v. get a woman pregnant

knocked up
adj. pregnant

knockout
adj. stunning; smashing; brilliant

knockout
n. highly appealing woman or man

know where somebody is coming from
v. understand or comprehend a person (their ideas, situation, etc.)

known from
v. have knowledge about; be familiar with

knuckle sandwich
n. striking somebody in the mouth with the hand (i.e.: knuckles of a fist)

knuckle-dragger
n. strong, dumb male

konk
v. go to sleep; fall asleep

kook
n. peculiar, eccentric person

kooky
adj. eccentric, peculiar, strange

KP
abbr. kitchen patrol (i.e.: duty in the mess hall)

K-pot
n. standard Army helmet made of Kevlar


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