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screw the pooch

verb

  • to make an irreparable (possibly tragic) mistake. Originated in the US Air Force.
    Well, Jim, we lost the account. Looks like you really screwed the pooch on this one.
    Obama really screwed the pooch with his debate performance.
                                                                            

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    Citation from "School Lies", American Dad (TV), Season 6 Episode 14 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 10 2012. Submitted by kim c. from Janesville, IL 62435, USA on Feb 18 1999.

  • to fail completely. Originated in the US Air Force.
    Q: How did you do on the exam?

    A: I totally screwed the pooch.
    Oh man! You just screwed the pooch!

    Last edited on Apr 19 2013. Submitted by Steve O. from Austin, TX, USA on Jan 17 2003.

  • to waste time; "mess around".
    Quit screwing the pooch and come help me.

    Last edited on Jan 04 2011. Submitted by Andrew G. from Spokane, WA, USA on Jul 19 2003.

  • to die.
    I heard from Fred that old Barney screwed the pooch.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to die.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Kenn C. from Emmaus, PA, USA on Jan 18 2006.

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scype

  • to steal another person or business's business or customer.
    You scyped my sale!
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Mar 19 2014. Submitted by Audio S. from Worcester, MA, USA on Oct 22 1999.

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shiest

  • to steal or take without asking.
    Hey don't shiest my cheddar!
    He tried to shiest my cherry.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Jun 06 2013. Submitted by Brigid from Floral Park, NY, USA on Mar 01 2003.

  • to take using force.

    Last edited on Jun 06 2013. Submitted by Brigid from Floral Park, NY, USA on Mar 01 2003.

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skank

adjective

noun

  • a dirty or promiscuous female.
    Stay away from that skank.
    That girl by the bar is such a skank.

    Last edited on May 13 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 31 1997.

verb

  • to perform a particular style of dance to ska music.
    Look at that guy skank!
    • See more words with the same meaning: to dance.

    Last edited on Sep 23 1997. Submitted by David LaBrie from VA, USA on Sep 23 1997.

  • to steal.
    He skanked my pencil.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on May 10 1998. Submitted by Jon S. from Niskayuna, NY, USA on May 10 1998.

  • to defraud; cheat; "con".
    This isn't a real Gucci. That guy skanked me!

    Last edited on Mar 15 2011. Submitted by Rob D. from Cambridge University, Granta Pl, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1, UK on Jun 28 1999.

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skate

  • n. a drinking bout.

    He's off on another threee-day-skate.

    Last edited on Jan 26 2012. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 26 2012.

  • n.a drankard .

    A couple of skates celebrating the new year ran into my car.

    Last edited on Jan 26 2012. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 26 2012.

  • n. something really easy.

    The test was a skate!

    Last edited on Jan 26 2012. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 26 2012.

  • in. to get drunk.

    Let's go out and skate, otay?

    Last edited on Jan 26 2012. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 26 2012.

verb - intransitive

  • to leave.
    Let's skate.

    Last edited on May 06 1998. Submitted by Brian Ruzicka from Eau Claire, WI, USA on May 06 1998.

  • to escape responsibility for a criminal act.
    He was facing life in prison but skated on a technicality.

    Last edited on Jul 01 2008. Submitted by Harold Z. from Pleasanton, CA, USA on Jul 01 2008.

verb - transitive

  • to steal.
    He skated her from me.
    He skated my place in line.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2005. Submitted by Joseph S. from Encino, Los Angeles, CA, USA on Feb 05 2005.

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