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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.arsehole - vulgar slang for anusarsehole - vulgar slang for anus    
anus - the excretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
Translations
enculétrou du cul
dupek

arsehole

[ˈɑːsheʊl] N (Brit)
1. (= person) → gilipollas mf inv, pendejo/a m/f (LAm) , huevón/ona m/f (S. Cone)
2. (Anat) → culo m

arsehole

[ˈɑːrshəʊl] n (British)connard m

arsehole

[ˈɑːsˌhəʊl] n (Brit) (fam!)
a. (anus) → buco del culo (fam!)
b.coglionazzo/a (fam!)
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She said -- and I believe these were her exact words -- 'Don't worry, I've met bigger arseholes.' So there was me, a laddie from Motherwell, growing up in the shadow of Ravenscraig before it was pulled down by Thatcher, saying sorry to a Tory.
"But we looked very closely at the matter and concluded that unfortunately arseholes also get to benefit from democratic freedoms."
"I'm cool with [expletives]," says Alessia Cara, a 19-year-old who has spent the past year or so in fame's anteroom - not recognisable enough to be mobbed in the supermarket, but famous enough to number arseholes among her following.
The host of This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Susan Kent, addressed Islamophobes as "arseholes," called Daesh "monsters," and went on to describe how Muslims hate Daesh too and should not be judged for the extremist group.
They look like cats' arseholes because they shrivel up and get so dry" Cashier: "Two Popcorn Chicken and a Mighty Bucket for One!" Pass that bucket.
In 2008, shortly after discovering her work, I wrote a text about Lene Berg for CMagazine entitled "Glad the CIA Is Immoral," focusing on her project Gentlemen & Arseholes (2007) (1) and how it spoke directly to so many of my ongoing concerns about art, how art may or may not become political.
"I've met a lot of arseholes," sighed Claire, whose tally had just risen by one.
'Sensations', whether verbal or paintefly, were what drove Cezanne and concrete expressions were his strength ('All my compatriots are arseholes beside me').
"Then the wine's on me, you arseholes", said Johnston as he walked out the room smiling.
So he's got a book to make him laugh (Do Ants have Arseholes - couldn't resist!) a giant bar of chocolate and six pairs of black socks.
Warren said: "I have promoted some of the nicest guys in the world and some of the biggest arseholes in the world and this situation is beyond belief.
The cut and thrust of a successful kennel, the travelling around the tracks, the people and characters you meet - most are great, some are arseholes - they all add colour to our sport.