trash talk


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trash talk

n.
Disparaging, often insulting or vulgar speech about another person or group.

[African American Vernacular English.]
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Some would bite but the really outstanding imports simply brushed the trash talk away.
Rio Ferdinand, Manchester United's defender, says in his book that Ian Wright, Arsenal's striker, used to trash talk him, saying, "Look at you poor boy; I smell fear in you.
There was a lot of trash talk coming into this fight, people were thinking that I was scared and that he was under my skin from all the trash talk.
It's the same before every series, you generally get a bit of trash talk.
I heard about that - it's the same before every series, you generally get a bit of trash talk," said Root of Wahab's comments.
I heard about that; it's the same before every series, you generally get a bit of trash talk," said Root, of Wahab's comments.
The trash talk started when the two have gotten themselves into a brawl during the press event at the MGM Grand in August.
STEPHEN SIMMONS insists actions will speak louder than words after binning the trash talk.
Trash Talk KASBAH, COVENTRY IT'S very rare that a song or album title perfectly encapsulates a band's manifesto.
TRASH TALK Trash Talk are a hardcore punk band from Sacramento in California.
Trash talk is defined as "verbal taunts that players direct at their opponents during contests" (Eveslage & Delaney, 1998, p.
I tried to explain the mayhem inherent in a Trash Talk show and he said he understood.