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List of slang words in English with their meanings and examples. Good to know for everyone who wants to travel to any English-speaking country.

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@SlangWords : ​​🔘Thirsty What does thirsty mean? ◽️Desiring a person Thirsty is a term that refers to when a person desires another person, meaning he or she likes the person romantically. The desire can be as strong as a person's thirst for water, which is where the term originates. The term is somewhat negative since it is used to describe a person who is desperate to date another person. Many thirsty people can be found at a bar or a club, which is known as a "watering hole" for those looking to HU with
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@SlangWords : ​​🔘Thirsty What does thirsty mean? ◽️Desiring a person Thirsty is a term that refers to when a person desires another person, meaning he or she likes the person romantically. The desire can be as strong as a person's thirst for water, which is where the term originates. The term is somewhat negative since it is used to describe a person who is desperate to date another person. Many thirsty people can be found at a bar or a club, which is known as a "watering hole" for those looking to HU with

Posted on 2020-11-21 02:15:00 | 34756 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘Thirsty What does thirsty mean? ◽️Desiring a person Thirsty is a term that refers to when a person desires another person, meaning he or she likes the person romantically. The desire can be as strong as a person's thirst for water, which is where the term originates. The term is somewhat negative since it is used to describe a person who is desperate to date another person. Many thirsty people can be found at a bar or a club, which is known as a "watering hole" for those looking to HU with

Posted on 2020-11-21 02:15:00 | 42892 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘Manscaping What does manscaping mean? ◽️Strategic shaving of male body hair Manscaping is the art of shaving, waxing, or removing body hair from the male body. It combines the words "man" and "landscaping." Popular manscaping areas include chest and facial hair, although it is not limited to these places. It is usually accomplished with a trimmer or electric razor. ❓Example "Bro, your manscaping is out of control!" ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ➠@PhrasalCards ➠@SlangWords ➠@IdiomsLand ➠@Vocabulix ➠@Grammar

Posted on 2020-11-11 02:15:00 | 25958 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘Manscaping What does manscaping mean? ◽️Strategic shaving of male body hair Manscaping is the art of shaving, waxing, or removing body hair from the male body. It combines the words "man" and "landscaping." Popular manscaping areas include chest and facial hair, although it is not limited to these places. It is usually accomplished with a trimmer or electric razor. ❓Example "Bro, your manscaping is out of control!" ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ➠@PhrasalCards ➠@SlangWords ➠@IdiomsLand ➠@Vocabulix ➠@Grammar

Posted on 2020-11-11 02:15:00 | 30302 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘Movember What does movember mean? ◽️Mustache-growing November Movember is a term that combines "mustache" or "moustache" and "November" and refers to males growing mustaches during the month of November. The term is not limited to mustache-growing as many males grow beards, as well. The movement began in 2003 as an effort to raise awareness and money for men's health issues, such as testicular and prostate cancer. It has since grown to a global cause, while raising hundreds of millions of

Posted on 2020-11-09 02:15:00 | 20678 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘Movember What does movember mean? ◽️Mustache-growing November Movember is a term that combines "mustache" or "moustache" and "November" and refers to males growing mustaches during the month of November. The term is not limited to mustache-growing as many males grow beards, as well. The movement began in 2003 as an effort to raise awareness and money for men's health issues, such as testicular and prostate cancer. It has since grown to a global cause, while raising hundreds of millions of

Posted on 2020-11-09 02:15:00 | 23469 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘GMV What does GMV stand for? ◽️Got my vote GMV means got my vote and is used to show support for a person, idea, or suggestion. It is most often used in online discussion forums or chatrooms and when texting. The acronym comes from the act of voting, which is a fundamental aspect of the democratic process to show support for a candidate or idea when making decisions. In regards to its usage, the acronym is commonly utilized for agreeing to a proposition made by a person to a group of people

Posted on 2020-11-04 02:15:00 | 17871 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘GMV What does GMV stand for? ◽️Got my vote GMV means got my vote and is used to show support for a person, idea, or suggestion. It is most often used in online discussion forums or chatrooms and when texting. The acronym comes from the act of voting, which is a fundamental aspect of the democratic process to show support for a candidate or idea when making decisions. In regards to its usage, the acronym is commonly utilized for agreeing to a proposition made by a person to a group of people

Posted on 2020-11-04 02:15:00 | 19927 views


@SlangWords : ​​🔘POTUS What does POTUS stand for? ◽️President of the United States POTUS is an acronym for President of the United States. It is a simple way to refer to the United States' President in news articles, forums, and social sites. The acronym is used to avoid the ambiguity of just saying "president," which could refer to the president of a corporation or a different country. It is similar to the PEOTUS acronym, which refers to the next POTUS who was recently elected. ❓Example "Barack Obama was

Posted on 2020-11-03 02:15:00 | 14989 views


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