Slang English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 600+ Terms)/
Advanced Deck 6

Advanced Deck 6

Total: 20 words

color me

verb

used ironically in conjunction with an adjective for describing a personal condition

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glamazon

noun

a large, glamorous woman

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mosh pit

noun

an area in a dance hall where dancers mosh

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gussy up

verb

to dress up

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hot

adjective

brief; quick

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money shot

noun

a crucial or climactic moment, especially of a movie; an excellent shot in any filmed medium

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caboodle

noun

all of something

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snafu

noun

a chaotic mess

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side hustle

noun

a means of making money alongside one's main form of employment or income

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duds

noun

clothing

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juice / juice up

verb

to make exciting or powerful

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loan shark

noun

a person who loans money privately with usurious interest rates and criminal collection procedures

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loot

noun

a term describing valuable commodities; most often used by gamers to describe body armor or weapons.

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mad dog

noun

a fearless, aggressive, and uninhibited criminal

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marinate

verb

to relax; to idle

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narc

verb

to inform; to betray

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horse crap / horse shit

noun

nonsense

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crackpot

noun

a person who is somewhere in the continuum between odd and crazy

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half-assed

adjective

incomplete, not serious, or half-hearted

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acid

noun

the hallucinogenic drug LSD

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