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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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pack
v. carry or have a gun

pad
n. home; dwelling; room where one lives

PAFO
abbr. pissed (drunk) and fell over

pain in the ass
n. highly irritating or difficult

pain in the butt
n. highly irritating or difficult

pain in the buttocks
n. highly irritating or difficult

pain in the neck
n. highly irritating or difficult

pain in the rear
n. highly irritating or difficult

pain in the rear end
n. highly irritating or difficult

pancake
n. foundation makeup as used in the performing arts

pancake
v. flatten; reduce to a flat shape. 1. The car got pancaked in the collision.

paper trail
n. evidence in written or document form that proves somebody did something

paper-pusher
n. clerk; bureaucrat; office worker

pardon me for breathing
idiom. no; no way (a strong, sarcastic rebuke)

pardon me for living
idiom. no; no way (a strong, sarcastic rebuke)

parental units
n. parents; father and mother

park it
v. sit; sit down; sit and remain sitting

partay
n. party

party
v. throw or have a party; celebrate

party animal
n. person who loves parties

pasting
n. defeat; beating; loss

patsy
n. victim; dupe; person easily taken advantage of

paw
n. hand

paw
v. grope or touch somebody in a sexual manner

payback
n. revenge, retribution, just desserts

PB
abbr. peanut butter

PBD
abbr. peanut butter and dill pickle sandwich

PBJ
abbr. peanut butter and jelly sandwich (n.b.: other forms, such as shakes, also exist)

PDA
abbr. public display of affection. 1. No PDA around here.

peace out
idiom. good-bye; bye now

peanuts
n. very little money

pecker checker
n. urologist

pecks
n. pectoral muscles; chest muscles

pects
n. pectoral muscles; chest muscles

peds
n. pediatrics. 1. I spent the morning on peds, taking care of little kids.

peep
n. vocalization; noise; sound

peepers
n. eyes

pencil in
v. schedule something tentatively

pencil-pusher
n. clerk; bureaucrat; office worker

period
exclam. that's all; that's it; no more discussion

perp
n. perpetrator; person who commits, or may have committed, a crime. 1. Who's our perp? Anyone able to identify him?

peyote
n. mescaline

pharming
n. technique to direct a user to a fake Web page used to scam people

phat
adj. excellent; good

phat
adj. something extremely good

phishing
n. technique of directing people to fake Web sites in order to convince them to reveal personal informatio

phone sex
n. sexual activity over the telephone

phooey
n. nonsense; rubbish; foolish talk or ideas

phreak
v. attack computer systems or telephone systems over telephone lines

phreaker
n. person who attacks computer systems or telephone systems over telephone lines

pickled
adj. drunk; intoxicated

piddle
v. work slowly and without focus

piddle around
v. work slowly and without focus

pie hole
n. mouth

piece of ass
n. potential partner for sex (usually a woman)

piece of cake
idiom. simple; very easy. 1. That test was a piece of cake. I'm sure I'll get a good score.

piece of cake
n. something readily or easily accomplished

piece of tail
n. potential partner for sex (usually a woman)

piece of work
n. person of unappealing or undesirable character

pie hole
n. the human mouth

pig
n. fat, ugly woman

pig
n. glutton; person who eats a lot

pig
n. messy, dirty person

pig
n. police officer

pig out
v. gorge, overeat, eat to excess

pile of shit
n. lies

pile of shit
n. low-quality object or device

pile of shit
n. person of little value

pimp
v. make fancy; dress up; embellish

pimpmobile
n. big, flashy car, often with bright colors, lights, and chrome

pinch
n. small quantity of powdered substance (e.g.: salt, spices)

piss
n. low-quality beer or liquor

piss
n. urine; pee

piss
v. urinate; pee

piss around
v. spend time doing minor, irrelevant things

piss in the wind
v. waste time; do something unproductive or futile

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

piss off
exclam. go away; get out of my sight

piss somebody off
v. upset somebody

piss something away
v. squander; fritter away; waste

pissant
adj. completely worthless

pissant
n. person of no value

piss-ant
adj. completely worthless

piss-ant
n. person of no value

pissed
adj. drunk; intoxicated

pissed
adj. upset; angry

pissed off
adj. upset; angry

pissing match
n. dispute; argument; pointless debate or competition

piss-poor
adj. extremely poor; having no money

piss-poor
adj. very low quality or capability

pit stop
n. stop made while driving somewhere, usually for food or to use a bathroom

PITA
abbr. pain in the ass

pitch a tent
v. have an erection upon waking in the morning

pitch it
v. discard it; get rid of it

pitch up
v. arrive; show up; appear

pitch-in
n. meal in which each participant contributes food (used in Indiana and Montana only)

pits
n. something very poor or undesirable

pizza-face
n. person with severe acne or scars from acne

PJs
n. projects

plastered
adj. drunk; intoxicated

plastic
adj. fake; false; unreal

play
n. plan; strategy; tactic. 1. Okay, here's our next play. You fake left, you go deep.

play doctor
v. engage in sexual activity (mostly said and done by children)

play it cool
v. appear or act in a relaxed, carefree manner

played out
adj. ineffective; used up

player
n. person who has power, influence, or authority in a situation

player
n. person who is sexually active or promiscuous

plop
v. put or place something in some location

plop
v. sit down

PLOS
abbr. parents looking over shoulder

plug
n. hunk of chewing tobacco

plug
n. promotion or advertisement (often free) for a product or service

p-mail
n. physical mail

pocket rocket
n. penis

poindexter
n. studious, good student (usually male)

pointy-head
n. intellectual; careful thinker

pokey
adj. slow; very slow

pokey
n. prison; jail

poky
n. prison; jail

polish off
v. finish up; complete; remove the last of (said of food or work). 1. He polished off the rest of the cake.

pond scum
n. person (usually male) of no worth, with a cruel disposition

poop
n. act of defacation. 1. I've gotta take a poop real bad.

poop
v. move one's bowels; defacate

poop
n. feces; dung

poop
n. information or knowledge about something

poop / shot one´s pants
v. get scared / frightened

poop out
v. stop; quit; become tired and stop

poop sheet
n. paper containing information about something

pooped
adj. tired; fatigued; exhausted

pooped out
adj. tired; fatigued; exhausted

pop
adj. popular. 1. Pop music sucks these days.

pop
n. father; dad; daddy (older expression, not used much anymore)

pop
n. soda; carbonated beverage (used mostly in the Midwest of the U.S.)

pop
v. strike; hit

pop a boner
n. get an erection

pop a wheelie
v. ride a motorcycle or bicycle with the front wheel off the ground. 1. He popped a wheelie, then crashed his bike.

pop for
v. pay for something (usually a treat for somebody)

pop off
v. interrupt; talk back

pop off
v. lose control

pop one's cork
v. become angry; have an outburst or tantrum

pop the clutch
v. engage the clutch abruptly. 1. Don't pop the clutch. Be a bit more gentle when you shift gears.

popper
n. small container of amyl nitrate

poppers
n. amyl nitrite

pops
n. you (when addressing an older male you do not personally know). 1. Hey, pops, help me out here for a minute.

pork
v. have sexual relations with

pork out
v. eat excessively; overeat

pork out
v. eat greedily and quickly

porky
adj. fat, overweight

poser
n. person who pretends to be what he or she is not

posh
adj. fancy; upscale

posse
n. one's friends

post
n. steering column in a car

pot
n. carburetor

pot
n. marijuana

pot luck
n. meal in which each participant contributes food

POW
n. prisoner of war

pray to the porcelain god
v. vomit; throw up

prick
n. dumb person of little worth

prick
n. penis

pro
n. professional; somebody with professional-level ability

pro
n. prostitute; whore

prod
n. reminder; way to make somebody remember something

prod
v. remind somebody of something

psych
n. psychiatry; psychiatric service or ward in a hospital. 1. Get psych down here. I think we've got a suicide.

psych out
v. fool; deceive; trick (somebody)

psych up
v. excite somebody; make somebody enthusiastic

psyched
adj. thrilled; excited; stimulated; eager

puff
v. exaggerate; promote; hype; market aggressively

puke
n. vomit; vomitus. 1. Look at the puke all over this bus station. It's disgusting.

puke
v. vomit; throw up. 1. I was so sick from that fish that I puked last night

pull an all-nighter
v. stay up all night doing something, usually a studying, preparing for an exam, or partying. 1. I pulled an all-nighter to finish that project.

pull rank
v. use or exploit the authority that comes with one's rank

pull somebody's chain
v. annoy; harass; irritate

PUMG
abbr. puking up my guts (from laughing hard)

pump
v. try to extract information from somebody

pump
n. heart

pump up
v. excite somebody; make somebody enthusiastic

pump up
v. exercise or flex muscles to that they become filled with blood and appear larger

pumped
adj. thrilled; excited; stimulated; eager

pumped up
adj. thrilled; excited; stimulated; eager

punch out
v. eject from an aircraft. 1. I'm hit, gotta punch out!

punk
adj. of or pertaining to punk music and those who listen to it

punk
n. juvenile delinquent; hoodlum (said of young men and boys)

punker
n. person (usually young) who emulates the fashion and behavior of punk rock musicians

punter
n. gambler; someone who bets or makes risky investments

puppy
n. object; thing

puppy love
n. feeling of affection or romantic attraction among pre-adolescents

push off
v. depart; leave. 1. It's late, time to push off.

pusher
n. person who sells drugs

puss
n. face; a person's face

pussy
n. female genitalia

pussy
n. woman (as a sexual object). 1. I gotta get me some pussy.

pussy-wipped
adj. under the control of a woman; manipulated by a woman (said of men)

put a sock in it
exclam. be quiet; shut up; stop stalking

put a sock in it
v. be quiet; stop talking

put out
adj. upset; disappointed

put out
v. engage in sexual activity (said of women)

put the chill on
v. ignore; leave alone; reject (somebody)

put the freeze on
v. ignore; leave alone; reject (somebody)

put the moves on
v. attempt to attrack or seduce somebody (usually a woman)

put the pedal to the metal
v. accelerate a car by pressing the accelerator pedal to the floor

put your hands together for
v. clap; applaud somebody

put-on
n. con; deception

putz
n. dumb, clumsy person

putz
n. penis (from Yiddish)

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

pysched up
adj. thrilled; excited; stimulated; eager


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