It's slang for excellent or cool.
(Slang) wonderful, great, excellent (e.g.: "Her food is excellent, it is to die for")
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Rockin', choice, sweet, top-shelf
Cool IS slang. It means very good or excellent.Some synonyms for cool would be awesome, bitching, beast, or fantabulous.
This is an old (1920's) slang term that means "excellent."
The slang use of the word (great, excellent) has the slang opposite "lame." The original use (causing awe) would have the opposite unimpressive or unexciting.
Slang terms for killers include:ExterminatorGun for hireHatchet manIcer, icemanSandmanUndertakerWhackerSlang meanings for the word killer include:AwesomeExcellentGroovy
excellent, very good , it also refers to that if you are so popular and good.
The adjective sick means ill, or unhealthy. The slang use is to mean cool, or excellent.
Phat is slang for amazing, excellent etc. Fat is an oily substance.
Awesome, for one. Stellar, is another one. Fantastic, Sweet, Great, Aces, Grand....
"slang meaning "something exciting or excellent" first attested 1953, from earlier hepster slang gasser in the same sense (1944)" from http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=Gas
Yes. It can also be an adjective.Verb: Present participle of "bang".Adjective: Slang term meaning "excellent".
1. smart, intelligent 2. luminous, brightly shining 3. (English slang) awesome, excellent
Yes, fantabulous is a word. It's considered a slang word that means something extremely desirable, excellent or wonderful.
Cushty is Cockney (East London) slang for "very good, excellent". It comes from the Romany word Kushti, which means good.
Recorded in the early 1900's to mean 'the best or excellent'. no recorded explanation for the origin
Cool beans means, "sweet" or "excellent" and "great". It started in the US from college slang in the 1970's. It could also be an updating of the expression from the 1850's of "some beans," which meant "excellent" or "awesome".
Beauty (pronounced bewdy), grouse or bonza. Any of these can mean that the state of affairs is better than average up to first class.
It seems to be 19th century slang, from "spiffy" = neat, spruced up, well dressed. Spiffing came to mean "excellent" in the 1870s.
Dogs is slang for feet.Wheels is slang for car.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This means jolly, excellent, or smart. You'd have a rattling good time at the circus.
No, not necessarily. Some slang can be, but most slang is not.
The slang for can is ''diddy''