SLANG WORDS 2
Some more slang words to use:
The usual meaning of a loser is someone who doesn’t win in a game but in a conversation with your friends if your friend says someone is a loser it means that your friend doesn’t like that person for the behavior.
Our new co-worker is such a loser.
When someone is depressed and not happy.
What’s wrong with Maria today? She doesn’t talk to anybody. I think she is feeling blue.
A slang word used for a dollar.
I gave you ten bucks last month, it’s time to give it back to me.
A person who is strange and weird.
John’s brother is a creep. You never know what he is going to do next.
The cold shoulder
When someone is ignoring another one
Mary always gives her mother in law the cold shoulder.
To make a mistake and mess things up
Her child screws up everything when she goes to her friend’s house.
To complete and finish something
Ok, class, today is a wrap. We review for tomorrow’s test.
It is actually a compliment, as this is now an acronym that stands for “greatest of all time.”
Friends is a goat among the sitcoms.
Angry or bitter about something.
Our boss is salty today. I’m afraid of going to his room.
A group of close friends.
“I’m going to hang with the fam tonight at the tailgate party.”
To insult or say something unkind about someone.
“I can’t believe he said that. He just threw some serious shade.”
A put-down describing someone or something that’s not very interesting or highly evolved.
“Those boys are so basic. Why do they all want to dress the same?”
A fast way to tell someone to go away. This term comes from the 1995 movie “Friday.”
“No, I will not go out with you. Bye Felicia.”