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Brah
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Canadian slang for a female 'bro'. Stolen from Hawaii
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Brah
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Canadian slang for a female 'bro'. Stolen from Hawaii
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brained
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to get the shit knocked out of your head, especially with a hammer
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brassed off -
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If you are brassed off with something or someone, you are fed up. similar to American English "Pissed off"
"Pissed off" isn't American - it's British. When Americans are angry, they are 'pissed' - which is confusing, because that means 'drunk' in British English. Comment by: Ralph Liam    Rated:3/5
We (Americans) use "pissed" or "pissed off," actually. I hear "pissed off" more often then simply "pissed." Or, "ticked off" which is a slightly cleaner version. Comment by: Kristen   
Americans use "pissed off" all the time, as in "I'm just pissed off today!" There is also "piss off" to mean "go away" or "get lost." Not very nice, though. Comment by: ohnoone   
Or we could all get "pissed" on a bottle of wine. Comment by: Michelle   
Nope, not all of us. "Pissed" never means drunk in the US (nor, I presume, in Canada). Of course, "piss off" meaning "go away" is common on both sides of the pond. Comment by: Jim   
listening to you bitch about it is pissing me off Comment by: cat   
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brb
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Acronym for "Be Right Back"
please never say this outside of a chatroom, it's hella stupid. Comment by: sasha    Rated:3/5
"Hella" is stupid Comment by: funky fresh   
OMGWTFBBQ!!!!!1111!!!11! Comment by: Sylvia   
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bread
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money, popular in the 60's and 70's
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break a leg
Posted by: dinaRating:1.0  
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good luck
yo man!! break a leg means dancing! lolzzz Comment by: xyz   
"Break a leg" does not anly mean dancing. You can say as someone is about to do something, "Break a leg!" Comment by: ohnoone   
'Break a Leg' comes from the theater, a very superstitious group of people. To wish an actor 'good luck' means the opposite, a bad performance, will occur. Therefore, you tell him or her to 'break a leg' for good luck. Comment by: Jared82CA    Rated:4/5
It refers to the "breaking" of the hip joint when you bow. So you're wishing for the performer to get much applause, while getting around the "good luck" curse. Comment by: poisonives   
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breeder
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heterosexual (noun or adjective), e.g. noun: "Look at those breeders making out!" adjective: "Omigod! That shirt is so breeder!"
What queers call normal people. Comment by: Rich   
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Brekkie
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breakfast
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Brick
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1) to have a bowel movement, "shit" 2) NYC slang: cold, to feel cold. "yo it's mad BRICK outside..."
dickhead usually speak this Comment by: vivek   
brick has a few definitions, and this is not one of them Comment by: ????   
Yeah, what now? No one uses this AT ALL! Where are you from, the 50's?? Comment by: Emma   
No one in America says that... Comment by: Erin   
brick-- noun; 1. A hardened block of clay or sediment, used in building construction. verb; 1. American slang for "to shit." Example: "I am so pissed at Mike that I'm totally going to brick in his coffee maker!" ...Can also be used as written "bricked." Example: "WHO THE f*ck BRICKED IN MY COFFEE MAKER!!" 2. American slang for denoting a state of supreme agitation, horror, or surprise. Used in conjunction with the word "shit." Example: "When I watched Mike drink the coffee after his girlfriend shit in the maker, I shat bricks." Comment by: derp   
We say this all the time in NYC. It IS kind of ghetto, though. Comment by: Flax   
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brill
Posted by: loulouRating:2.0  
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Brilliant
This sounds like Limey slang. Comment by: Anaconda in my Thong    Rated:2/5
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broad
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a woman
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brother
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A fellow black person. A friend, compatriot.
"With cocaine, my success came speedy. Got me twisted, jammed into a paradox. Every dollar I get, another BROTHER drops. Maybe that's the plan, and I don't understand, God damn----you got me sinkin in quicksand." [from the Song New Jack Hustler by Ice-T]
weat dumbass put this on here? brother is the oppisite of a sister. not only black people have them yu dipshyt. bt wen yu say bruh or brah that means a black nigguh datz yo homie Comment by: Denahli   
Hippy types use it too with strangers, to indicate that we are all brothers in the human race Comment by: poisonives   
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brown capping
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having to defecate immediately or face the possibility of having your pants full
Also known as "prairie dogging" Comment by: Jared82CA   
i've only heard prairie dogging. i've never heard this Comment by: Midwest American   
There is also a term called "Growing a Tail." Which means "It's coming out!" Like, if you say "C'mon man, I'm growing a tail here!" It's really funny to hear someone say this. Comment by: Emma   
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Bruh
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Posted by: cbscott45
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US informal A male friend (often used as a form of address): Africa American version of "bro" get off the Internet and get a life bruh where are my bruhs at?
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bruhhh
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meaning "really?, STOP
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Brutal
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Posted by: wwRating:0.9  
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You are bad at something
""Adam, you are brutal at hockey.""
In the US this means extremely good, as in "The guitarist laid out some BRUTAL riffs" Comment by: Matthew    Rated:3/5
It also means intense or bad in the U.S too, I hardly hear it used as good Comment by: Kayla   
I believe the definition is lacking the intensity of the word. Brutal is like trudging through chest deep snow in a blizzard with no clothes.... Comment by: Hannah   
I use this all the time and I live in Ontario. Brutal is when somthing is insanely difficult to deal with, like a brutal song is hard to listen to or a brutal walk is like doing the whole Bruce Trail in one run. Comment by: Shauna   
usually you use it like this... "man that football game last night was brutal" it's more to describe something shitty. Comment by: smt    Rated:5/5
I use that all the time and i use it exactly like that : Dude Your brutal at this and brutal at that... never knew it was slang Comment by: Dex   
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Brutal(American Meaning)
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Hardcore, can also be applied to good fighters,someone who is fierce(brute), aswell as the common poser.
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BSD - Big Swinging Dick
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Hot-shot salesman bringing in shitloads of revenue, "rainmaker", "on a roll" hedge fund manager.
"I'm pretty much a pantywaist. I don't say this to be self-deprecating, I just, you know, don't have much of an opinion of myself. I'd much rather be like you guys, you know, bar fighters and big, swinging dicks, takin' care of shit." [from the Movie Smokin' Aces by Joe Carnahan]
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bubble and squeak
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Dish of cooked cabbage fried with cooked potatoes and other vegetables. Often made from the remains of the Sunday roast trimmings.
It's also used in cockney rhyming slang for a Greek person, which is often just shortened to "a bubble''. Comment by: M   
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buck
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Posted by: tarapotoRating:0.9  
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A Canadian slang term meaning "dollar". Probably as common as saying "dollars", or perhaps more common in some places, and it's usage has spread outside of Canada as well. "I have 20 bucks in my wallet"
"A buck" is also a highly offensive racial slur for a native male Comment by: Peter   
It's also used as a young man. "He's a young, good-looking buck" Comment by: Atom Petrelli    Rated:5/5
Many many years ago(I think in the 1800s) a buck's(male deer) skin was worth about a dollar which is where this term comes from. Of course the values of money have drastically changed now so dollars are now worth much less, but peole still say stuff like "That only costs a buck." or "I made 20 bucks." Comment by: Tiffani    Rated:5/5
Used in Australia like crazy, almost completely replacing 'dollar' Comment by: Ceds   
Yep! Same here in the US. Buck and dollar are both used, but buck is way more popular. Comment by: Lina   
ya, we call antelope bucks in south africa. it's a common term Comment by: mel   
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Buckie
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Buckfast Tonic Wine, also known as Buckfast or Buckie.
"Standing on the corner back in Govanhill. Nine days out from home, feeling no pain. That northern city sun breaking through the rain. That warmthless sun barely shining on Me and you and a bottle of Buckie." [from the Song A Bottle of Buckie by Ted Leo]
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bud
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joint or pot
"Can also mean friend - a shortened form of "buddy"."
can also mean friend - a shortened form of "buddy" Comment by: ezekiel    Rated:3/5
Shortened form of Budweiser Beer. As in, "Give me a Bud." Comment by: Twisted    Rated:5/5
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buddy
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a friend
also, a pal Comment by:   
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Bulls
Posted by: PrairieRating:1.8  
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Police
yeah uh never heard ANYONE call the cops, bulls. Comment by: jmat*   
Agreed, never have heard the police being called "Bulls". :/ Comment by: RainFrog   
This is so lod even my grandma doesn't use it anymore. LOL. Comment by: Twisted    Rated:5/5
huh? Never heard this term to mean "police"..... Comment by: Angela    Rated:4/5
VERY old slang, I think it was used for prison guards in early 20th century America. I've never heard anyone use this. Comment by: Tedly   
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