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rollock

noun

  • a telling off, severe chastisement.
    My mum gave me rollocking.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

verb

  • to tell off, chastise severely.
    I'll rollock him when I get hold of him.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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sack off

verb

  • get rid of, lose deliberately, to break relations between, a person or an activity.
    Eric joined us, but I managed to sack him off when we went to the club.
    I've sacked off playing golf because it hurts my back.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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septic tank

  • Cockney rhyming slang meaning American i.e. septic tank - yank. Used by character Joe Mangle in the Australian soap opera Neighbors circa 1993.
    He's a septic tank, don't talk to him.

    Last edited on Jan 12 2013. Submitted by Andy from Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, UK on Aug 21 1997.

noun

  • American. Can be reduced to "septic". Originally it was derogative in meaning and comes (probably) from the English (particularly Cockney) fondness for rhyming slang. As all Americans (including Southerners) have been referred to as Yanks by the British for years, so this is a rhyme derived from that. Nowadays, it is often used matter-of-factly, without any thought to the implied derision. Whether or not it is used as an insult depends entirely upon the way the speaker says it. At the London branch of an American bank, imagine the British employees saying:
    The septics were over last week.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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shampers

noun - uncountable

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sharp

adjective

  • used to describe well cut clothes.
    I put on my new suit. I looked sharp.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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slip one

verb - transitive

  • to have sex with someone, as the penetrator.
    When he got back to the hotel he slipped her one.
    I slipped her one last night at the bando.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2015. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

  • to give a person something discretely.
    When he turns his back, slip me one.

    Last edited on Mar 23 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Mar 23 2011.

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sorted

  • To have one's shit together. (Australian or British Origin).
    You're such a mess; get yourself sorted.

    Last edited on Nov 03 1999. Submitted by Vaughn from Chicago, IL, USA on Nov 03 1999.

  • All set for; prepared for. Everything figured out.
    Well, it looks like the ride to the mall is sorted.

    Last edited on Mar 31 2003. Submitted by James B. from Edmonton, AB, Canada on Mar 31 2003.

adjective

  • can be used as a one word sentence meaning.
    Fine, our arrangements are in place and everything is organized to the satisfaction of all parties involved.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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soz

adjective

  • sorry.
    Soz about running over your toes in my 4 X.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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