Slang English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 600+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 10

Intermediate Deck 10

Total: 18 words

trippy

adjective

of psychedelic design

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uppity

adjective

arrogant, haughty, or presumptuous

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whodunit

noun

a murder mystery novel, movie, or other entertainment; a mysterious true-life murder

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wife-beater

noun

a sleeveless tee-shirt or undershirt

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yuppie

noun

an individual socially categorized as a young and upwardly mobile professional

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thingamajig / thingamabob

noun

used as a pseudo-term for something the name of which is unknown, forgotten, or not important

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touchy-feely

adjective

overly sensitive, caring, or emotional

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yadda yadda yadda

phrase

used for suggesting meaningless conversation

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boomer / baby boomer

noun

a person born from the end of the Second World War until the early 1960s

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hump day

noun

the middle of a work week (Wednesday)

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the works

noun

the complete treatment

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chick flick

noun

a movie that is designed to appeal to a female audience

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get out / get out of here

interjection

used for expressing disbelief at what has just been said

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doggy bag

noun

a bag in which uneaten food from a restaurant is packed and taken home

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don't go there! / don't even go there!

phrase

used for expressing a lack of interest in pursuing a topic

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cop-out

noun

an excuse; something one says or does to avoid an issue or doing something

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majorly

adverb

very much

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dirty tricks

noun

secret tactics that are generally considered to be unfair

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