slang term


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Noun1.slang term - informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasionsslang term - informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar; "their speech was full of slang expressions"
non-standard speech - speech that differs from the usual accepted, easily recognizable speech of native adult members of a speech community
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Was it a slang term of the underworld for a pistol?
If Bout, Edmund,' returned Mrs Sparkler, 'is the slang term for indisposition, he has.
Police are calling in experts to identify the painted ``tag'' - the slang term for the vandals' painted logo.
Their name is the new national slang term for oral sex - and many have been reduced to tearful victims of mockery.
The game's name - Postal - is based on the slang term "going postal", which was coined after American postman Patrick Sherrill gunned down 15 co- workers in Oklahoma before turning the gun on himself 11 years ago.
A slang term for the mysterious group that is stealing children throughout the land.
She was furious at being moved next to a "beast" - a prison slang term used for child sex offenders.
Our slang term for a stupid or foolish person came top in an online poll.
A razoo was a slang term for a coin during the First World War.
It was originally a slang term used by the slaves in America for the act of love-making, particularly outside the bonds of marriage.
Dent, laughing, told Hewer: "Block your ears Nick, there is a US slang term for a fiendish or contemptible person, or toilet paper, and that's asswipe.