Slang English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 600+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 4

Intermediate Deck 4

Total: 20 words

pig out

verb

to eat a lot quickly and messily

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go with the flow

phrase

to accept things the way they are

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hay

noun

a bed, either in the context of sleep or of sex

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A game

noun

one's highest level of play or performance

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Hold your horses.

expression

used to tell someone to slow down or be patient instead of acting rashly and thoughtlessly

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dynamite

noun

an extremely impressive or exciting person or thing

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loaded

adjective

wealthy

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fancy pants

noun

a pretentious, superior, or self-important person

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jitters

noun

uncontrolled shaking; extreme nervousness

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epic

adjective

particularly impressive or remarkable

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flip / flip out

verb

to become very angry or agitated; to go temporarily crazy

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ka-ching

noun

used as a representation of the sound of a sale entered on a cash register

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twisted

adjective

perverted

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dibs

noun

first right to or first claim on something

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go down

verb

to happen

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kickback

noun

a commission on a more or less shady deal

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nail

verb

to perform a task excellently

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no dice

interjection

an interjection meaning that something was unsuccessful

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on a roll

phrase

enjoying continuing success

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stoned / stoned out

adjective

intoxicated on a drug, usually marijuana

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