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piss

 (pĭs) Vulgar Slang
v. pissed, piss·ing, piss·es
v.intr.
To urinate.
v.tr.
1. To urinate on or in.
2. To discharge (blood, for example) in the urine.
n.
1. Urine.
2. The act or an instance of urinating.
Phrasal Verbs:
piss away
To spend wastefully; squander.
piss off
1. To make angry.
2. Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.
Idiom:
take the piss out of Chiefly British
To tease or mock (someone).

[Middle English pissen, from Old French pissier, from Vulgar Latin *pissiāre, of imitative origin.]
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