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see a man about a dog

verb

  • to defecate.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Oct 01 2001. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2001.

  • during prohibition in the United States, to acquire illegal alcohol.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Sep 29 2004. Submitted by Robert W. on Sep 29 2004.

  • to excuse one's self for an unspecified or secret reason.
    Later guys. I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Oct 08 2005. Submitted by Tim B. from Livermore, CA, USA on Oct 08 2005.

  • to excuse yourself from a conversation without specifying why, for example to leave, buy a drink or go to the bathroom. The original use was to excuse yourself to place a bet on a dog or horse race. The term "see a man about a horse" has the same use.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on May 02 2012. Submitted by Elizabeth from Scone NSW 2337, Australia on May 02 2012.

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ship out

verb

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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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skidaddle

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skirt

  • a female. Origin: Used mostly in the 30's and 40's. Revival of this term came during the resurgence of the swing and retro lifestyle in the late 1990's.
    Hey, Bob you see that skirt over there?

    Last edited on Jun 04 2013. Submitted by Cole from California, USA on Dec 12 2000.

  • To leave a place, usually in a hurry.
    Let's skirt on out of here.

    Last edited on Aug 23 2002. Submitted by Katie from Ballwin, MO 63021, USA on Aug 23 2002.

noun

  • A woman. Origin: Used by Richie Rich in the Tupac song "Ratha Be Ya Nigga."
    I know it hurts / To find out me and your man be sharin' skirts.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Courdan, N. on Dec 29 2003.

  • a female.
    Did you see that skirt walk by ?

    Last edited on Dec 29 2004. Submitted by Zach H. from San Diego, CA, USA on Dec 29 2004.

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skurr out

verb

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