slang term


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Synonyms for slang term

informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions

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Cop' is dened by the Oxford Dictionary as a slang term - it has been such for a great number of years and has certainly not evolved to a new acceptable status today.
MICHIGAN - A Syrian couple opening a Detroit area restaurant called "The Bomb" said they want to invoke the slang term for "awesome" rather than terrorism.
The man does not know the dimensions of the word as I would not be able to know the dimensions of slang terms in his language if I visited his country.
She also sings about 'dancing with molly', a slang term for ecstasy.
skrool a slang term expressing the teen view on a number of things at once: "Screw school, screw rule, screw rulers
Their name is taken from the Irish slang term for anyone with that "1980's mop haired Gothic look".
The title mystified me until I worked out that 'bunheads' is a slang term for female dancers.
To use a slang term, the book aims at giving readers 'the big picture'.
A buzz bomb was a slang term for which Second World War weapon?
Orthorexia nervosa: This is not necessarily anorexia, but people with this disorder are obsessed with what they eat, a slang term being "health food junkies".
Closely related to gever is the word achi (my brother) which, according to Rosenthal, may be the most frequently used Hebrew slang term.
The siblings were allegedly caught after one of them sent text messages offering "pink stars," which police said is a slang term for Ecstasy, and "midz," a slang term for marijuana.
Pranksters from a stationery firm sent the package - using the crude slang term for officers - as a bit of fun.
THE EXPRESSION HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH TODAY'S SLANG TERM, "FAG", FOR A CIGARETTE.
PANTS is now in the dictionary as a slang term for rubbish.