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beat down

noun

  • a fight or severe beating. One typically "gives" or "puts" a beat down. See "put the beat down."
    You have just been scheduled for a beat down.
    There's going to be a beat down if he doesn't stop that.

    Last edited on Mar 02 1999. Submitted by Jonathan L. from Minneapolis, MN, USA on Mar 02 1999.

verb - transitive

  • to severely beat someone; "kick (one's) ass".
                                                                                                                                                                                 

    Citation from "Burt Rocks", Raising Hope (TV, 2010), Season 1 Episode 10 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Dec 04 2010. Submitted by Dustin from Portland, OR, USA on Mar 11 1999.

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cheers

  • either "goodbye" or "thank you" or "good luck."
    Cheers, mate.

    Last edited on Jun 21 2013. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • Heard in New Zealand and the UK (and Australia?), but is becoming an increasingly global word. Now often used by Internet posters in closings, to sound worldly and friendly, though they may never actually use it while speaking.

    Last edited on Mar 02 1999. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • Usually a British term or phrase. A friendly good-bye. Can be a closing to a conversation or visit.
    I'm off, cheers!

    Last edited on Jul 25 2011. Submitted by Victoria S. from San Francisco, CA, USA on Apr 03 2002.

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flash

adjective

  • meaning fancy, stunning or anything that looks extraordinarily good. New Zealand slang.
    He's got a really flash car.
                                                            

    Citation from Nuts (magazine) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jun 15 2013. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • fancy, impressive, cool, showy. British / Australian / New Zealander.
    I don't like him, but he does have a really flash car.

    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by Derek D. from Astoria, NY, USA on Jan 18 2000.

verb - transitive

  • to expose an inappropriate part of one's body.
    That old man just flashed me!

    Last edited on Dec 06 2012. Submitted by Luke G. from Rossford, OH, USA on Mar 08 2002.

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mack the box

  • To perform cunnilingus.
    I spent at least forty minutes mackin' the box, and she didn't even blow me.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Trevor Z. from Davis, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

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muff

noun

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no worries

  • "not a problem", or the French equivalent "ce n'est pas grave." Originally heard it in New Zealand, also in California.
    We could do it tomorrow... no worries.

    Last edited on Apr 29 2013. Submitted by Moo from Santa Cruz, CA, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • don't worry about it, no problem, it's all good.
    Person A: Sorry dude, didn't mean to be late.

    Person B: It's cool, no worries.
    No worries, bro. I got it all under control.

    Last edited on Apr 10 2013. Submitted by jared from CA, USA on Dec 14 1999.

  • no big deal, don't worry about it.
    Person A: Hey man, I am so sorry I couldn't make it last night.

    Person B: No worries, It turned out to be a pretty flat party.

    Last edited on Sep 12 2003. Submitted by Lauren O. from Milwaukee, WI, USA on Sep 12 2003.

  • no problem.
    No worries mate.

    Last edited on Sep 22 2005. Submitted by Sandesh K. from Melbourne VIC, Australia on Sep 22 2005.

  • Unlike "no problem" which means "It's not a problem", "no worries" could mean many things so it is mostly a meaningless phrase by itself. Context is critical. It could mean "I'm not worried" if someone says "sorry you're going to the proctologist", or "don't worry because I've decided to not make a big deal of it" in response to "sorry I was late".
    Context 1: Person A: Sorry you're going to the proctologist. Person B: No worries [meaning I'm not worried he'll find anything]

    Context 2: Person A: Sorry I was late. Person B: No worries ["don't worry... I'm not going to fire you over it."]

    Last edited on Jun 15 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 15 2015.

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pokey, the

noun - uncountable

  • jail.
    My brother got sent to the pokey.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

    Citation from "Might Have Been", Rookie Blue (TV), Season 2 Episode 2 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2011. Submitted by Stefano D'Amato from Houston, TX, USA on Mar 02 1999.

  • prison.
    He got caught stealing a car. They gonna lock him up in the pokey.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2011. Submitted by Matt O. from Fresno, CA, USA on Jul 22 2003.

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