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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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ma deuce
n. Browning M2 .50 caliber heavy machine gun

magic bullet
n. amazing and full-proof solution

make my day
idiom. attempt what you want, and I will act/react as I like (said as a threat or warning)

make waves
v. create trouble; create controversy

make with the
v. bring out; reveal

manure
v. deceive; lie; con

map
n. the face

Mary J
n. marijuana

Mary Jane
n. marijuana

mash-up
v. bring together two different Web sites or services to create a third that leverages the benefits of each

max
n. maximum; greatest/largest possible

max out
v. use up completely. 1. She maxed out her credit cards shopping last weekend.

maxed out
adj. tired; fatigued; exhausted

mayo
n. mayonnaise

mean
adj. good; great; excellent

meatspace
n. the real world, as opposed to cyberspace. 1. See you in meatspace tomorrow.

mega
adj. big; large; substantial

megabucks
n. large sum of money. 1. He's making megabucks on Wall Street now.

MEGO
abbr. my eyes glaze over

mellow
adj. at ease; calm; relaxed

mellow out
v. relax; calm down

meltdown
n. complete collapse or failure

merchandise
n. drugs

mesc
n. mescaline

mess
n. dumb, unappealing person

mess
n. feces; dung. 1. The dog left a mess by the door.

mess
n. dining hall; dining area; cafeteria

mess hall
n. dining hall; dining area; cafeteria

mess somebody up
v. beat or attack somebody. 1. If you don't shut up, I'm gonna mess you up.

messed up
adj. unfair; cruel. 1. That's messed up. How could he do that to you?

mickey mouse
adj. poor quality; lousy; unimportant

mickey mouse
n. nonsense; rubbish; foolish talk or ideas

middle of nowhere
n. remote, isolated area (often far from even a small town)

miffed
adj. upset; distressed

MILF
abbr. mother I'd like to fuck

milk run
n. routine mission that is flown many times. 1. During WWII all we did was milk runs over Italy.

mitt
n. hand

MMPORPG
abbr. massively multiplayer online role playing game (e.g.: World of Warcraft)

Monday morning blues
n. depressed feeling associated with the return to work on Monday after the weekend

Monday morning quarterback
n. advice given after the fact, with the benefit of hindsight and otherwise not useful

mongo
adj. great; fantastic

moon
v. display one's buttocks, usually through a window

moon
n. buttocks

mope
v. act sadly and slowly

mope around
v. act sadly and slowly

moron
n. dumb, stupid person

moronic
adj. dumb, stupid

mosh
n. style of dance involving significant physical action

mosh pit
n. where moshing occurs

mother-fucker
n. a person of degernate or disgusting character. 1. You are a total mother-fucker who I wouldn't trust to do anything.

mother-fucking
adj. extremely frustrating, upsetting, or annoying. 1. I hate this mother-fucking job
motor
n. car

motor mouth
n. person who speaks quickly and excessively

move on somebody
v. try to seduce or pick up somebody

MUD
abbr. multi-user dungeon

mug
v. study; learn quickly or intensively

mug up
v. study hard and quickly; bone up; cram (for an exam)

muggle
n. boring person; unimaginative person

mum
n. mother; mom

mum's the word
n. silence; nothing will be said on the subject. 1. Shh, mum's the word. Don't say anything to anyone.

munch out
v. eat greedily and quickly

munchies
adj. hunger, usually for snack food

munchies
n. craving for food, usually junk food

munchkin
n. small, unimportant person

mung
v. destroy; make irreversible changes to

muscle
n. power in a car

muscle
n. strong person brought in as a threat or for enforcement

muscle car
n. car from the 60s and 70s that looked like a race car but was designed for use on ordinary roads

mush
n. nonsense; rubbish; foolish talk or ideas

MVA
abbr. motor vehicle accident

my bad
idiom. my mistake and I apologize

MYOB
n. mind your own business


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