Category: SlangPage 2 of 4

Welcome to our list of English slang! Here you will find a comprehensive list of commonly used slang words and phrases, with examples and definitions to help you understand their meanings. Slang is an important part of the English language, and can be used to express yourself in a more creative and casual way. Whether you are a native speaker or a learner, this page is sure to provide you with a better understanding of English slang.

Slang – Kicks

English Slang – Kicks. Meaning (noun) – Shoes, usually sneakers or trainers. It is often used as a substitute for the word shoes or sneakers, and can also…

Slang – Skive

British English Slang – Skive or Skive-off. Meaning – To avoid work or your responsibilities by staying away or leaving without permission. To stay away from work or…

Slang – Twit

British English Slang – Twit. Meaning (noun) – A foolish or stupid person. This expression can also be used to describe someone who is annoying or to describe…

Slang – Motormouth

Slang – Motormouth or Motor-mouth. Meaning – A very talkative person. Someone who talks a lot. A motormouth is a person who talks excessively, often about meaningless things….

Slang – Scrumptious

Slang – Scrumptious. Meaning – (adjective) Delicious. Tasty. Mouthwatering. Appetizing. This expression can also be used to describe a very attractive person – or in fact anything at…

Slang – Gobsmacked

British English Slang – Gobsmacked. Meaning – Totally shocked or astonished. To be extremely surprised, shocked or astonished. This expression is often used to describe a state of…

Slang – Shades

Slang – Shades. Meaning – A pair of sunglasses. Sunglasses are a type of eyewear that are designed to protect the eyes from bright sunlight and harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays….

Slang – Humongous

American English Slang – Humongous. Meaning – Very big. The adjective humongous is used to describe something that is very large in size. This expression is often used in a playful or…

Slang – Dog And Bone

British English Slang – Dog and bone. Meaning – Telephone. This expression is an example of Cockney (or London) rhyming slang. In this type of slang words are replaced…

Slang – Hang Out

Slang – Hang out. Meaning – To spend leisure time with someone. To spend time in a certain place or with certain people. To waste time – to do…

Slang – Quid

British English Slang – Quid. Meaning – A pound sterling. The pound sterling (£) is the official currency of the United Kingdom. The plural of quid can be quid or…

Slang – Fam

Slang – Fam. Meaning – Family and close friends. Fam is used to describe the people you trust the most. Friends can be considered fam if you are very…

Slang – Apples And Pears

British English Slang – Apples and pears. Meaning – Stairs. The set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another. This expression is an example of Cockney…

Different Ways To Say Someone Is Pregnant

In English, there are various slang expressions and idiomatic phrases used to describe pregnancy. These expressions add colour and informality to everyday conversations among friends and family. Expecting:…

Slang – La-la Land

Slang – La-la land. Meaning – An imaginary place where people are out of touch with reality. It is a hypothetical place that you visit when you are not paying…

Slang – Argy-bargy

British English Slang – Argy-bargy or argie-bargie. Meaning – A noisy or lively argument. This expression is used to describe a bad tempered argument. This phrase can also be used…