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American slang

American slang

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Published by Collins in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- United States -- Slang -- Dictionaries,
  • Americanisms -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    Abridgement of: Dictionary of American slang. 4th ed., c2007.

    Other titlesDictionary of American slang.
    StatementBarbara Ann Kipfer, editor ; Robert L. Chapman, founding editor.
    GenreDictionaries
    ContributionsKipfer, Barbara Ann., Chapman, Robert L., 1920-2002.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE2846 .C46 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 556 p. ;
    Number of Pages556
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23153138M
    ISBN 100061179477
    ISBN 109780061179471
    LC Control Number2009290213

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    American slang words, colloquialisms and idioms are so embedded in American popular (or more commonly, “pop”) culture, it’s impossible to avoid. And why would you want to? Everyone uses them! They’re spoken by teens, tweens, adults, and used in advertisements, the workplace, movies, TV shows, books and in everyday conversations. Internet Archive BookReader The American slang dictionary Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere. Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open to this page? Finished. The American slang dictionary. The American slang dictionary.

      The internet? * 40 American Slang Words and Phrases You Need to Know | Smartling * American idioms starting with A If you don’t like reading on the internet, than this book is good * NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions: R. American slang is different from British slang because of the evolution of American English When the pioneers living in the new world had children, they taught their children to pronounce words the way they were written, in order to keep things simple. This was the first break from British English.


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Barbara Ann Kipfer, Ph.D., is a lexicographer who has authored or compiled more than forty books, including the Dictionary of American Slang (with Robert L.

Chapman), The Order of Things, Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary, and the bestsell Things to Be Happy About. She received her doctorate in linguistics from England's University of Exeter/5(11).

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(2). From cowpokes to cyber punks, from flappers to gangsta rappers, American Slang chronicles the ever-evolving, informal, unconventional language we use every day.

Expanded and completely updated, this 2nd edition contains thousands of contemporary and traditional slang /5. From "head trip" to "foot in mouth," American Slang Dictionary gives you the complete definitions of thousands of uniquely American words and phrases, ranging from golden oldies such as "catch some rays" and "take the fifth" to more up-to-the-minute coinages like Wall Street's "jonx," the Internet's "ping," and the gangsta's favorite, "shizzle."Brand: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing.

AMERICAN SLANG WORDS AND PHRASES (To) ace (v.): To pass a test, exam, etc. really easily. "Robert aced his physics exam." A-Game: One’s best self, often in relation to a competition. “I’ll bring my A-game” All-ears: When someone says "I'm all ears", they are telling you that they are listening to you, that they are giving you.

Zero out is American slang for to run out of money. ZERO−COOL. Zero−cool is American slang for extremely, impressive, admirable. ZETZ. Zetz is American slang for a punch, a blow.

ZHLUBBY. Zhlubby is American slang for coarse, boorish. ZHOOSH. Zhoosh is Polari slang for to fix, to tidy. ZIB. Zib was mid−th century American slang American slang book someone eccentric. ZID.

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Laid back – Relaxed or calm. “This weekend was very laid back.” 2. Chill – (Same as above). Sweet – Fantastic. “I passed the test!” “Sweet!” 4. Cool – (Same as above).

Lame – The opposite of cool or fantastic. “That’s so lame that you can’t go out tonight.” 6. Bomb – Really good. “That sandwich was bomb.”Author: Jessica Dais. List of Common American Slang Terms and Phrases.

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Dollars to doughnuts, your reference shelf lacks a good slang dictionary, and that's a fine how-de-do. Whether you're a stuffy writer looking to gussy up your prose, a poindexter who thinks studying dictionaries is the cat's pajamas, or a muttonheaded fogey hoping to get a clue, Robert Chapman's Dictionary of American Slang fills the bill/5.

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1. American Slang [PDF] 2. Book details Author: Pages: pages Publisher: Collins Reference Language: English ISBN ISBN The first dictionary of English slang is said to be Thomas Harman's A Caveat or Warening for Commen Cursetors, published in Characteristically individual, slang often incorporates elements of the jargons of special-interest groups (e.g., professional, sport.

This book is full of slang and idioms used every day by Americans - and it is very easy to use. You will be more confidant and have fun using English. This book includes expressions dealing with: Parties, Shopping, Movies, the Airport, Restaurants, Health, and more.

You'll be hard-pressed to find an entry for "yas" or "kiki" in the latest Merriam-Webster's dictionary. Yes, popular slang words beloved by millennials like "binge-watch" and "woo-woo" have been added to the definitive book of words, but what about the slang popping up in your DMs?With a little help from the internet, not to mention Urban Dictionary, knowing the etymology of these terms will Author: Jonathan Borge.

We recently interviewed Orin Hargraves about his new book, Slang Rules!: A Practical Guide for English Learners. Orin consulted a wide range of sources to build his guide to American slang, including works of fiction.

We asked Orin to recommend books by writers with a keen ear for the American vernacular. Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. I don't know if it is a book or not, but Here is a website: Home of English Idioms Hope it'll help.:) It seems that it is a book, right?

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