2. Heater (Gun)
3. Broad (Girl)
4. Boozed up (drunk)
5. Tuff (Cool, Sharp)
6. Greasers (poor kids from the east side)
7. Hood (criminal)
8. A weed (cigarette)
9. Wise Cracker (someone been a smart Alic)
10. Dig (OK with that)
11. Lone it (Doing something alone)
12. Jumped (Attacked by the Socs)
13. Slugged (Punched)
14. Lift (Steal) .
15. Hacked off (Angry)
16. Rumble (Fight)
17. Rank (Not cool)
18. Lighting up (lighting up a cigarette)
19. Socs (The rich kids from the west side)
20. Cancer stick (Cigarette)
21. Savvy (You understand)
22.let's split (Let's get out of here)
23. shut your trap (Be quiet or shut your mouth)
There are no terms used only by gay people and not straight people. But if you're talking about gay slang, Here is a list of Gay Slang Terms.
GTG, LOL are some the slang terms. LOL means Laughing Out Loud and GTG is Got To Go.
some words they used were hii. and byee.
The Germans were called the Huns, after Atilla the Hun.
Slang terms can vary by the area of a country where they're being used, though some are common throughout the US. One slang term for a great job is a cool gig.
It has been found that the term bey bay can mean a number of things in slang terms depending on the country of use. In the Bahamas it is used to refer to a person of colour. Some other meanings of this slang term are for babe or baby as a term of endearment.
Pg.12-Tuff-cool Pg-44-Boozed up-drunk Pg34-Jumped-attacked
There is no slang term for "have." Slang terms are used for things that are complex, or for things used in a particular situation (such as sports or work). People don't make up slang for simple words.
An athlete on steroids can be described as "on the juice" or "juicin'it".slang terms for steroids:"Roids"juicesauceslopRed Power Ranger Go-Go Juiceslang for a period of steroid use : cycle or cyclingslang for simultaneous use of different steroids : "stacking"slang for a person on steroids : "nuclear" or "micro-wavable"slang terms for steroid brands often used by teenagers: "D", "Deca", "D-Bol," "Test"Roids, Juice, Slop, Sauce
Dang it crap Hell's bells
The slang word "preggers" means pregnant. It is clearly derived from the word pregnant. The word is perhaps not used as much as it was some years ago as other slang terms have competed for air space.
Some say "Hi" is a slang. If so, then it is most used.
The most common slang terms for scabies are the mange, the 7-year itch, cooties (though usually used for lice), dandruff on wheels, among a number of others.
colloquial terms are unformal and not academic so basically they are slang. Some examples of words used by our generation are like "wanna" or "gonna." An example of phrase is "it's raining cats and dogs."
an abbreviation usually has a period(not always) and short form is usually only used on slang terms an abbreviation usually has a period(not always) and short form is usually only used on slang terms
In the 1970's there were a few different slang terms that were used instead of the word sleep. The most popular term that was used was the word crash.
There are probably many reasons why slang is used. It has been noted that members of some groups will use slang to identify themselves with their own group and exclude outsiders. Further, slang can become accepted over time as standard language. Language evolves over time, new words are invented and old words disappear. Slang is just informal language
You will have to answer this question yourself. Every environment has its own idioms and slang terms, and we don't know what part of the world you live in.
T3 is used a lotpurple, lean, syrup, slow, drank
The word 'colloquial' is an adjective used to describe slang terms that are used in conversations or writing; informal use of language.
Some slang terms are vulgar, especially when they refer to the genitals or to acts like having sex or eliminating waste. Not all slang is vulgar, though. Usually, slang is not used in formal or business situations because it is casual. People who use slang in every situation are often thought of as less educated than people who can use formal language in the right situation.
If you go to a category (you can do this by clicking on the category under a question) you will see a short description.Urban Slang:"An informal spoken language made up of current coinages, phrases or words that are used in place of standard terms for added emphasis, humor or other effects. Basically, the lingo used by peeps to talk about mad shiz and holla at their homies."Vintage Slang:"Groovy terms from the past that's the berries!" - Basically, slang from the past.
An older term you may still hear is "pal" or "best buddy." In British slang, they have used "bestie." You may also see the term BFF (best friend forever). Sometimes, "homie" or "homeboy" is used in urban slang, referring to a friend who comes from your neighborhood. (In Yiddish slang, this is also used-- "Landsman" carries the meaning of someone you are familiar with, because they are from the old country or from your ethnic group.)