noun. ['ˈslæŋ'] a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves).
- non-standard speech
- street name
- rhyming slang
- male offspring
- female offspring
Words that Rhyme with Slang
Example sentences of the word slang
Elsewhere” is a slang term used by better-equipped hospitals to speak disparagingly of lesser-equipped ones.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Second, is the language clear, familiar and free of slang?
3. Verb, past participle
Bling bling is slang for flashy jewelry, according to UrbanDictionary.com.
Quotes containing the word slang
1. Marijuana enhances our mind in a way that enables us to take a different perspective from 'high up', to see and evaluate our own lives and the lives of others in a privileged way. Maybe this euphoric and elevating feeling of the ability to step outsidethe box and to look at life’s patterns from this high perspective is the inspiration behind the slang term “high” itself.
- Sebastian Marincolo
2. The slang for the rectum is "prison wallet".
- Mary Roach, Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal
noun. ['ˈslæŋ'] informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar.
- slang term
- slang expression
- slip off
verb. ['ˈslæŋ'] fool or hoax.
- put on
- put one across
- put one over
- lead astray
- take in
- pull the leg of
- let out
verb. ['ˈslæŋ'] use slang or vulgar language.
- close up
verb. ['ˈslæŋ'] abuse with coarse language.
- take away
- break even