Is Nick slang for jail?
Yes - according to Wiktionary, it is UK slang for a police station, or prison.
the slammer the big house the pen joint clink The Nick. Jug. Finishing School. Porridge. Bird. (birdlime=time) The blue brick
I think it is slang for jail or prison.
The slang word clink is used for jail. An example of this is that the accused was sent to the clink. The clink describes the sound the jail bars make when the door is shut.
Slang term for jail/prison/clink/slammer/etc
Strictly a court of law, but in slang it often means jail
Nick Carter is the only Backstreet Boy who has been to jail.
Gaol, or sometimes "the nick".
Never his is 19!
Locking up Banging up
La Pinta is slang for the word Jail.
According to my dictionary, it is slang for a gaol, jail, prison, etc.
Nick Hogan was street racing. He got in a wreck and the passenger got hurt.
Dude Moll Dawg Poke Nick
Most people just use the word 'steal'. However, some slang terms for 'steal' are nick, swipe or flog.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This is another funny euphemism for jail. Cowboys had a lot of terms for jail.
No, I'm assuming that was a rumor. You should avoid those.
"Heist" is slang - it means a robbery. Other slang terms for stealing include to nick, to lift, to blag, to take a five-fingered discount, to snitch, to snag, to pilfer, to roll, to hoist, to make off with.
The character of Nick Fallon did not die on Days of our Lives. The character is currently in jail for murder.
Some terms include 'the big house', 'the lock up', and 'the stir'.
Police are sometimes referred to as "The Nick" in the United Kingdom because the word nick is a slang term for being caught. They also call police stations and prisons by this nickname in the United Kingdom.
Not if if wanted to stay out of jail...
in cockney rhyming slang "rusty nail" means jail; so pulling a rusty may mean incurring a jail sentence.
Gaol (doing) porridge Chokey (although this is old fashioned). (doing) bird (in the) Clink
Gatsby tells Nick about Wolfshiem's fixing of the 1919 World Series. When Nick asks why Wolfshiem is not in jail, Gatsby tells him that Wolfshiem is a smart man--they can't get him. Nick is staggered and left speechless
YES, YES, YES!!! July 22, 2008 No he isn't he only 17. Nick Hogan IS NOT married he just now got out of jail....
pen in a simbolic /slang wag means in prison the prison if you go to jail if you commit something wrong
if he wanted to go to jail then yes
The word 'prison' is used quite extensively. Also: jail (also spelled "gaol" but pronounced in the same way as jail). There are also nicknames such as: nick, slammer, pokey.
not at nine. sorry he is sixteen and he could get thrown in jail for dating a child. they would accuse him of child molesting.
A holding pin is a jail cell where people are kept while being booked or held. It is a temporary place for imprisonment.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was another fun way of saying a jail. You needed a crowbar to get out.
Probably a slang expression that could have several meanings. For example: if a police unit is assigned to transport prisoners from the police lockup to the city or county jail, in police jargon they are said to be an a "jail run." In jail, the term could possibly refer to the exercise area or track that prisoners use during their exercise period. More context would have to be known for a more definitive answer.
Well I think maybe because boys are boys but Nick Jonas not like that. He would never be the kind of person we would see on bail for jail. You know what I am saying.
Some slang words for food include: chow grub hots (jail slang, from "3 hots and a cot" to mean food and a bed) plate (they mean the food on the plate) vittles Beverages also have slang terms: drink (reference to alcoholic beverages) Pepsi (or any other brand, when used to refer to all colas) pop (short for soda-pop) soda (any carbonated beverage) There are also slang terms for specific food items: maters (tomatoes) spuds (potatoes)… Read More
Nick means to make a small cut or gash. It can also be a slang word meaning "to steal." Nick can mean a number of things That a person is nice and gentle but can sometimes be a real pain. A small cut or cut slightly. If someone says ur nicked it means you have been caught and are goin to b arrested!
Nicking can mean stealing or cutting shallow notches in to a piece of wood. To cause a shallow notch or indentation on a surface. In the UK the term "nicking" or to nick" is a slang term for stealing. It was also a slang term used by police officers when they arrested someone; "You are nicked".
Dogs is slang for feet. Wheels is slang for car.
By using a telephone? You can call your friend by his first name, or his nick name, or any slang word he is comfortable if being called by. "its not necessary to take the word call literally"
No, not necessarily. Some slang can be, but most slang is not.
The actor Nick Nolte is most famous for roles in the films The Deep, Affliction, Cape Fear and The Good Thief. Nolte is also known for receiving a 45-year suspended jail sentence for selling counterfeit documents in 1965.
The slang for can is ''diddy''
This word "Slang" is an abbreviation of "Sick Language" i.e. SLANG. and in slang "Sick" means "Cool".
The last I heard it was Nick Hogan unless she dumped in cus he is in jail!! jaja Correction from the last answer: I believe Heather is still in a relationship with Nick. She was at court with his family the day he was sentenced. He's in for 8months and im interested to see how long they will last
Slang is slang It's the s' "LANG " uage.
It is slang for bowel movement
It is slang for eyeglasses
There is no formal slang. Slang is informal language.
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No he will go 2 jail 4 dating a child but 10 year olds arent considered children so maybe...
Awful blob is old slang and if you don't believe me then check the Internet and type is awful blob old slang or modern slang? And in seconds you will see that I am right about old blob being old slang