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Beginner Unit 5

Beginner Unit 5

Total: 50 words

neat

adjective

pleasing; very good

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slip

verb

to discreetly give

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turf

noun

the territory or area of activity that a person or group considers their own

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whoops

interjection

used as a hurried expression of regret

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cutie pie / cutie-pie

noun

a very cute person, of any age

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fave / fav

noun

favorite

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fifty-fifty

noun

(into) equal halves

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folks

noun

parents

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frame

noun

the body

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dumbass / dumb ass

noun

A stupid person

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hanky / hankie

noun

handkerchief; a tissue

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sucker

noun

a person easily cheated, deceived, or imposed upon

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deadly

adjective

excellent

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golden

adjective

successful, excellent, or charmed

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smashed

adjective

drunk

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swell

adjective

good; cool

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fishy

adjective

inducing suspicion

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heated

adjective

angry

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kill

verb

to excel

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heavy

adjective

very serious; very intense

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score

verb

to obtain something

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buttload / butt load

noun

a large amount

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slick

adjective

attractive; charming

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hello!

interjection

used for signaling disbelief when said as if speaking to someone slow-witted

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holy cow! / holy shit!

interjection

used as a mild oath, expressing surprise

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shit

interjection

general exclamation; used to convey surprise or alarm, emphasize a point or request, or express displeasure

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high five

verb

to raise your open hand above your head and slap it against the open hand of someone else

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BS

acronym

bullshit, in all its senses; a euphemism accepted in polite society

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damn / dang / darn

interjection

used as a mild oath or intensifier; a euphemized 'damn'

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a blast

noun

a very fun event

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geezer

noun

an old person, somewhat infirm

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rubbish

adjective

nonsense; not true

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jam

noun

a recorded song

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suck

adjective

useless, unpopular, distasteful, or of no worth

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smooch

verb

to kiss in a lingering manner

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kiddo

noun

a youngster; a teenager

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pops

noun

father

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buddy-buddy

adjective

friendly

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super / super-duper

adverb

very

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whiz

noun

a genius; somebody who is extremely proficient at a given activity

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into

verb

interested in; participating in

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crap

noun

nonsense

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babe

noun

an attractive individual

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zillion

noun

an almost unimaginably large number

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blow

verb

to lose in a wasteful way; to waste

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flick

noun

a film

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space

noun

privacy, time alone, or emotional separation

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spook

verb

to frighten or startle someone

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bullshitter

noun

a liar, braggart, or bluffer

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doof / doofus

noun

a slow-witted person; a fool

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