What is the slang term for the BBC?
The BEEB, or Auntie.
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Smokes, chew, death sticks, snuff, dip.
Federal Communications Commission Note: the above is a proper acronym for a government agency, not slang. Perhaps the question writer was looking for something like "Final Cr…isis of Capitalism." If you saw "FCC?" on Facebook at the beginning of the 2008 financial collapse or at the S&P downgrade of U.S. debt, that's probably what it meant.
It means cowardly.
a slang term is a word used instead of the "official" terminology, and made common by use.
In Costa Rica, the word polo is used to describe a person, object or situation that would be considered lame in terms of acceptable popular social standards. Other terms that …are similar synonyms of polo but not quite the exact translation could be: uncool, lame, dorky, etc...
normally its barby or u could use it as BBQ i told u the answer now shoo
There are many, and it depends on which country you are in. In Canada and the U.S.A., they are are probably most often referred to as ' cops ' (an acronym for Constable On Pat…rol). They are also referred to as " pigs (rude), the fuzz (1970's slang), five-oh (1970's slang reference to the TV show "Hawaii 5 0"), troopers (mostly in the U.S.A.), the boys in blue , bears (trucker slang), Fozzy the Bear (Muppet Show reference, Bulls (U.S. reference in southern States), Feds (reference to federal of state police), Gestapo , (WW-2 reference to police), Heat (reference to police) etc." In the UK, they are often referred to as ' bobbies '.
There is no slang word for kindness.
my friends or my family.
a red and yellow infected bell-end LOL, yeah usually means a guy has thrush, which is basically a yeast infection of his gerry helmet ( slang ) which is treatable using canest…en cream etc...also usually includes shmegma .... LOL go on guys explain that one, cremem cheese rings a bell (bell end )
Marines are known as "leathernecks" from the uniform collars they wore in the 19th century.
Sharp-eyed. For example, a lawyer is termed a legal eagle.
I have heard TJ in its place before but i dont get it.