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E.g."Come on chuck, let's go out whilst the sun's shining." Verb.
E.g."Harry's done his usual, he's missed the toilet and chucked all over the floor." 2. E.g."I'm going to chuck her at the weekend, she's really annoying me with her moaning." Noun.
An unruly, young person, typically wearing casual, brand-name sportswear, such as Nike, Adidas and Reebok. Chavs are generally viewed as an ignorant under-class with a propensity for criminal or loutish behaviour.
A person, usually of poorly educated, working class origin, who dresses casually in designer sportswear and vulgar jewellery.
Heard in expressions such as 'no cop' or 'any cop'. Get a feel of something, often applied to a grope of a sexual nature. E.g."It was a cow of a job, and took twice as long as I expected." Noun.
The name derives from the sound made during its manufacture.
The act of soliciting illicit and anonymous sex in a public place by male homosexuals.
E.g."Is it any wonder that she reported him for sexual harrassment, he always copped a feel of her bottom whenever she walked past his desk." Verb. Derogatory, but often used less aggressively, as an affectionate aside, as in 'silly cow', see also 'moo'.
E.g."That's the third cigarette you've crashed off me in the last hour! To temporarily stay over or sleep at a place other than at one's own usual abode. It involves pulling the hair into a pony tail, and tying it so tightly at the back of the head that the resulting skin across the face is pulled taught, as though from a facelift. A good example being the 1970s 'gay' icons, The Village People. A distinct type of 'gay' image, being stereotypically masculine and epitomized by short hair, bristle moustaches, jeans or leathers. To commune with someone sexually desirable, occasionally in so much as having sex. - a facetious remark said immediately prior to an aggressive act. E.g."I caned it down the motorway and got there in record time." 2. E.g."I've been caning whizz (amphetamine sulphate) all weekend and had no sleep for 3 days."Noun. E.g."I say old chap, fancy joining us for a gin and tonic?