American Slang


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pig out

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

to eat too much of something

screw up

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

mess up

ride shotgun

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

to accompany and guard someone or something

Monday morning quarterback

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

A person who acts like having the answers to a problem, usually without having any clue.

jones

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

a desire for someone or something

for the birds

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

worthless; undesirable

pants

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

trousers
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racket

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

noise
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b ball

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

basket ball

ass

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

a hated and unworthy person

awesome

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

great, impressive

Latest Comments

pig out

Russi [Admin] 06.Feb.

I love to pig out on ice cream.

racket

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

" ... stop that racket. "

b ball

Russi [Admin] Oct.2014

"Do you wanna play some b ball ?"

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Slang is a casual type of language that is playful or trendy. Typically it consists of coined words and phrases and new or extended meanings are attached to established terms.

The American slang dictionary explains commonly used American slang words. These words and phrases can be very useful for anyone interested in learning more about how language continues to evolve throughout the United States.

Slang partly develops from the attempt to find fresh and vigorous, colorful or humorous expression for specific things. While some slang words are commonly used nationwide and appear in movies, television and magazines there are some slang words only found in certain regions of the U.S.