The Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English

The Concise New Partridge offers, for the 1st time, all of the slang phrases from the recent Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in one quantity. With over 60,000 entries from round the English-speaking international, the Concise promises the language of beats, hipsters, Teddy Boys, mods and rockers, hippies, pimps, druggies, whores, punks, skinheads, ravers, surfers, Valley women, dudes, pill-popping truck drivers, hackers, rappers and extra. The Concise New Partridge is a excellent source infused with humour and studying � it�s impolite, it�s pleasant and it�s a prize for an individual with a love of language.

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2 a Hereford cow. This breed of farm animals has a white face or head AUSTRALIA, 1887. three the white-headed pigeon, ball hop noun a planned fabrication, an unsupported hearsay. endemic to Australia AUSTRALIA, 1969. four an artist’s version denuded of Gaelic eire, 2001 pubic hair united kingdom, 1984 ballhuggers noun 1 very tight trousers. Hawaiian adolescence utilization US, 1982. baldy adjective (of a tyre) with a worn tread AUSTRALIA, 1979 2 a couple of men’s close-fitting and revealing nylon swimming baldy! refuse! A children’s catchword NEW ZEALAND trunks AUSTRALIA , 1942 , 2003 baldy lad noun the penis united kingdom ballie , 2001 noun an previous guy; any previous individual, particularly your father or mother. From the Afrikaans ou bal SOUTH AFRICA, 2004 bale noun 1 marijuana compressed right into a huge bale just like a bale of hay US ball in hand , 1971. 2 any volume of marijuana US, 2001 noun in pool, the correct to shoot from anyplace at the back of the headstring after one other participant has hit the cue ball right into a bale verb < bale the kale to win some huge cash playing. From pocket united kingdom, 1807 KALE (money) US, 1962 ballistic bale of hay adjective tremendous offended; uncontrolled. initially utilized noun a male gay. Rhyming slang for homosexual united kingdom, 2003 to an out-of-control missile US, 1985 bale of straw noun a blonde white girl US, 1928 ballistics noun picture, competitive rap lyrics US, 1991 Bali abdominal noun any gastro-intestinal an infection bought whilst ballocky; bollocky; bollicky adjective bare. frequently mixed with holidaying in Bali, Indonesia or different components of Southeast Asia ‘naked’, evaluate with BOLLOCK bare and STARK BOLLOCK bare united kingdom, AUSTRALIA, 1984 1961 recoil verb 1 to hide up AUSTRALIA, 1975. 2 in poker, to hesitate whilst it ball of chalk noun a stroll. Rhyming slang, occasionally condensed to is your flip to wager within the desire of seeing even if gamers who an easy ‘ball’ united kingdom persist with you're ready to name the guess , 1936 US, 1996 ball ball-off noun an act of male masturbation united kingdom, 1961 noun 1 a completely sturdy time US, 1932. 2 an act of sexual sex US, 1970. three a unmarried scoop of ice-cream US, 1960. four crack ball off verb (of a male) to masturbate united kingdom, 1961 cocaine US, 1994. five black-tar heroin united kingdom, 2002. 6 one buck. quite often ball of fireplace noun a dynamic and vigorous individual US, 1900 legal slang US, 1895. < at the ball alert to any chance united kingdom, ball of malt noun a wide glass of whiskey eire, 2001 1967. < out on a ball; be using a ball (used of a purchaser buying and selling in a automobile) believing that your outdated vehicle is worthy greater than it ball of muscle noun 1 a powerfully outfitted, healthy and fit individual or is US, 1980. < that’s the way in which the ball bounces that’s how issues animal AUSTRALIA, 1914. 2 somebody with loads of strength NEW end up US, 1952. < the ball is on your courtroom it's your flip; it really is ZEALAND, 1984 is your determination. A edition of the traditional word ‘the ball is ball of wax noun a whole set of evidence or state of affairs US, 1953 with you’ united kingdom, 1963 balloon ball noun 1 a lieutenant.

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