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Beginner Deck 3

Total: 20 words

yikes

interjection

used in the negative tone to express surprise, pain, or shock

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wheels

noun

a car

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go to hell

interjection

a common expression of dismissal

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hotshot

noun

a flashy, successful person whose self-esteem is perhaps excessive

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shoot

interjection

used as a euphemism for 'shit' in an exclamation

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You bet!

phrase

an enthusiastic way to say of course or you're welcome

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peeps

noun

people; friends

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rule

verb

used as an expression of supremacy for the preceding collective or plural noun(s)

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hardcore

adjective

extreme or intense

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bonkers / go bonkers

adjective

crazy; wild

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Catch you later.

phrase

used as a farewell; an informal way of saying `see you later`

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bomb

adjective

good; excellent; cool

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booze

noun

alcoholic drink of any kind

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bummer

noun

a disappointing or depressing event

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no problem

phrase

means 'you're welcome'

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ground

verb

to punish a child by refusing to let them leave the house for any social events

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stoked

adjective

excited

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hang

verb

to idle

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no way

interjection

interjection of amazement

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whirl

noun

an attempt

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