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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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U.V.s
n. sunshine; ultraviolet radiation from the sun

UBI
abbr. unexplained beer injury

umpteen
n. large quantity; many

umpteenth
adj. millions; billions; an uncountably large number

un-ass
v. get out of a sitting position; get off (a vehicle)

uncut
adj. not circumcised

uncut
adj. unmodified; unedited

under one's thumb
adj. under the control of; manipulated by. 1. "Under My Thumb" (song title).

undies
n. underwear

unit
n. gadget; device; mechanism

unit
n. penis

up
adj. pleased; happy; excited

up
v. increase; augment; raise

up for grabs
adj. in the mood for; willing to

up for grabs
adj. unclaimed; available

up for grabs
adj. unknown (in terms of outcome or results); chaotic; disorganized

up front
adj. honest; truthful; forthright

up front
adj. in advance; at the start; at the outset

up shit's creek
v. be in a desperate, no-win situation

up shit's creek without a paddle
v. be in a desperate, no-win situation

up to speed
idiom. current; informed; aware of what is going on. 1. Is the president up to speed or should someone brief her?

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

upchuck
n. vomit; vomitus

upchuck
v. throw up; vomit

upchuck
v. throw up; vomit

uptight
adj. nervous; anxious; edgy


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