The Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English

The Concise New Partridge offers, for the 1st time, the entire 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 can provide the language of beats, hipsters, Teddy Boys, mods and rockers, hippies, pimps, druggies, whores, punks, skinheads, ravers, surfers, Valley ladies, dudes, pill-popping truck drivers, hackers, rappers and extra. The Concise New Partridge is a dazzling 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 to participant US, 1990. 14 a billiard ball. frequently within the plural, prolonged homicide anyone united kingdom, 1999. three to strength open a door or window united kingdom, 1981 from the experience as ‘testicle’ united kingdom, 1984. 15 within the on line casino online game Keno, banjoed adjective damaged down, battered. From BANJO (to beat), ulti-the punch device used to make holes in tickets displaying the mately from BANJAX (to wreck) united kingdom, 1987 numbers guess on US, 1978 banjo participant noun a born-and-(in-)bred country-dweller. most likely bangers noun the testicles united kingdom, 1961 encouraged by means of ‘Duelling Banjos’, a musical series within the movie Bangers nickname Bangkok AUSTRALIA, 1985 Deliverance, 1972, within which the guitar symbolises city the US bangers and mash noun an act of urination. Rhyming slang for and the banjo represents an impoverished rural life united kingdom, 2001 decrease, shaped from one of many nice dishes of British delicacies united kingdom, financial institution noun 1 cash; wealth US, 1991. 2 a amount of money prepared for 2003 speedy use, specifically for playing AUSTRALIA, 1919. three someone bang gotcher noun any movie of the Western style. From children’s who funds a playing firm US, 1964. four a jail mobile for game of the cowboy motion in such motion pictures: firing toy (or solitary confinement US, 1962. five a bathroom US, 1945. < at the financial institution faux) weapons, crying ‘Bang! acquired you! ’ so their play-enemies don’t subsisting on financial institution loans AUSTRALIA, 1955. < take it to the financial institution; omit the purpose AUSTRALIA placed it within the financial institution to be very definite of a truth , 1953 US, 1977 banging adjective 1 drug-intoxicated united kingdom financial institution , 2003. 2 awesome, nice, verb 1 to get pleasure from your self on an day trip on a financial institution vacation first-class. initially recorded by way of Francis Grose in 1788 and probably BARBADOS, 1965. 2 to end up anyone to blame of against the law US, 1992. three to expected centuries past; within the Nineteen Nineties ‘banging’ loved encompass an individual to overcome them US, 1997 the huge acclaim for a brand new coinage. additionally variation ‘bangin’ united kingdom, 1997 financial institution bandit noun a barbiturate tablet or different crucial anxious banging-off noun sexual activity. Royal military use united kingdom, 1984 method depressant. very likely from the calming influence that allows criminals to beat nerves US Bangla , 1992 noun a Bangladeshi SINGAPORE, 2002 banked out bang on adjective wealthy US, 2002 verb 1 to speak lengthily and repetitiously a couple of specific subject united kingdom, 1959. 2 in computing, to topic a section of kit or a banker noun 1 a usurer, an unlawful lender of cash US, 1988. 2 a brand new software to a pressure try out US, 1991 felony who controls a inventory of cast foreign money notes united kingdom, 1966. three a bang on individual with a wide sum of playing funds AUSTRALIA, 1979. four the adverb precisely, right. Coined by means of international conflict 2 Royal Air operator of an unlawful numbers racket or lottery US strength bomber crews for ‘bang at the target’; followed into civilian , 1959. five in a functionally compartmentalised unlawful drug operation, the individual utilization once the battle used to be over united kingdom, 1943 who gets check for medicinal drugs obtained US, 1987. 6 a creek, river, bang on it adjective inebriated or drug-intoxicated united kingdom, 2003 and so forth, complete to overflowing AUSTRALIA, 1848 eight see: service provider BANKER bang at the latch noun a final drink after last time eire, 2003 banker’s bit noun a jail sentence of 5 to 10 years.

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