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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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wack
v. kill; murder

wack
adj. stupid; embarrassing. 1. That's just wack. No way it's real.

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

wack off
v. masturbate (men only)

wack off
v. masturbate (said of men)

wack off
v. masturbate (said of men)

wacked
adj. drunk; intoxicated

wacked out
adj. drunk; intoxicated

wad
n. bankroll; handful of money

WAG
abbr. wild-ass guess

wagon
n. station wagon

wail on
v. beat; hit; strike (somebody)

walk
n. something easy to accomplish or do

walk
v. walk out; abandon; reject

walk on sunshine
idiom. be very pleased, excited, or happy

walking wounded
n. injured soldiers or victims still able to walk on their own

walking wounded
n. dumb people

wanabe
n. somebody who aspires to greatness or to a particular position or achievement

wannabe
n. somebody who aspires to greatness or to a particular position or achievement

wap
n. Italian; Italian person

Warthog
n. nickname for the A-10 Thunderbolt aircraft. 1. We've got two Warhogs in this hanger.

washboard abs
n. well defined stomach muscles

wassup
idiom. what's up; what is going on. 1. Wassup, man?

waste
v. kill; murder

wasted
adj. drunk; intoxicated

wasted
adj. under the influence of drugs

way
adj. very; extremely; completely

way
exclam. yes; there is; there is too

way it plays
idiom. how things are; the real situation

WB
abbr. welcome back

wedge
n. sandwich made with Italian bread sliced lengthwise, filled with cold cuts, cheese, and vegetables

wedgie
n. pulling the underwear up tightly from behind

wedgie
n. the act of pulling the underwear of a boy up from behind so that it creates discomfort around the genitals

wedgy
n. pulling the underwear up tightly from behind

weekend warrior
n. Army Reserve or National Guard members

weenie
n. dumb, incompetent man

well hung
adj. having large testicles and penis

wetback
n. Hispanic illegal immigrant

whack
v. kill; murder

whack
adj. stupid; embarrassing

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

whack off
v. masturbate (men only)

whack off
v. masturbate (said of men)

whacked
adj. drunk; intoxicated

whacked out
adj. drunk; intoxicated

what in the fucking hell
exclam. what? (used to indicate anger or surprise)

what the fucking hell
exclam. what? (used to indicate anger or surprise)

whatever
adj. it's trivial, unimportant, irrelevant. 1. Like, whatever! It's not important, you know.

what's doing down
idiom. what's going on; what's happening

what's happening
idiom. what's going on

what's the deal
idiom. what is going on now

what's up
idiom. what is going on now

what's up doc
idiom. what is going on now

wheels
n. transportation in a car; a car

when the shit his the fan
idiom. when the catastrophic results of something become known or discovered

whipped
adj. tired; exhausted

whitebread
adj. ordinary; dull; plain

white-knuckle
adj. very tense, anxious, or stressed

whiz
v. urinate

whiz
n. capable person; talented person

whole ball of wax
idiom. everything; any and everything

whole enchilada
idiom. everything; any and everything

whore
n. a female prostitute; a contemptible, disreputable woman

WIA
abbr. wounded in action

wicked
adj. impressive; good; excellent

wienie
n. dumb, incompetent man

wigger
n. white person who adopts black styles

willie pete
n. white phosphorus

wimp out
v. avoid a task

wimp out
v. cease or stop due to fear or anxiety

wimpy
adj. incompetent; weak

Windy City
n. Chicago

wing
v. travel by airplane

wing it
v. do something without preparation; improvise

winks
n. sleep

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

wired
adj. anxious; nervous; very alert

wired
adj. connected electronically using cable(s) or radio connections

wired into
adj. concerned, worried, or attentive to somebody or something

wired up
adj. drunk; intoxicated

within spitting distance
adj. very close

wizard
adj. cool; neat; excellent (no longer used). 1. That's so wizard. It's amazing.

wolf down
v. eat rapidly. 1. Don't wolf down your food. It's bad for your digestion.

wombat
n. eccentric person

wonk
n. serious, dedicated student

wonky
adj. studious; diligent

woody
n. erection of the penis

word
exclam. right; true; right on

word up
exclam. right; true; right on

work one's ass off
v. work very diligently

work one's butt off
v. work very diligently. 1. I worked my butt off on that paper and all I got was a C+.

worship the porcelain god
v. throw up; vomit. 1. After last night's frat party, I spent the morning worshipping the porcelain god.

wow
v. impress. 1. You wowed them with that presentation.

wrack one's brains
v. think very hard or very deeply. 1. I'm wracking my brains but just can't remember her name.

wrecker
n. tow truck. 1. Where's the wrecker? I've got to get my car to the shop.

wrong-foot
v. trip up; cause somebody difficulty; make somebody make a mistake

WTG
abbr. way to go

wuss
n. weak, fearful person. 1. Don't be such a wuss. Speak up for yourself.

wussy
n. weak, fearful person

wusup
idiom. what's up; what is going on. 1. Wusup, bro?

WWW
abbr. we want women


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