Slang is a kind of language consisting of very informal words and phrases.
Slang is more common in speech than in writing.
Slang words are often used in a particular context or by a particular group of people.
an Australian Aborigine, Aboriginal, koori
abdominal or stomach muscles
administrator, administration, person or department that runs an organisation
a computer software application
a neighbourhood, especially in a poor, urban area
identification; a document that identifies someone, like a driver's licence or a passport
rock music not released by major music labels
a knockout, especially in boxing (n.) | to knock someone out, usually with a punch (v.)
legal; conforming to rules or regulations
the most that's possible, at the most
a written message or note, usually in business
a narcotics officer, a police officer working in drug trade suppression
to take an overdose of a drug
a question and answer session or exchange
quality control; the methods used to ensure a product is of the required quality
an open space between buildings, usually at a school or a university
a quadruplet, one of four babies born together from the same mother
quadriceps; large muscles in the upper legs
a quantitative analyst; a person who performs quantitative analysis
place for treating addiction
alcohol, alcoholic drinks
a vacuum cleaner (n.) | to clean with a vacuum cleaner (v.)
veteran; someone who was in the armed forces during a war
feelings coming from a person, a place or a thing
someone with great talent or skill
an abbreviation of "Christmas"
a cheaply produced magazine, usually related to music or the arts