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30 Slang Words beginning with T

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.

These are English slang words beginning with the letter T. Click on a slang term for example sentences, notes, origins, quizzes and answers.



slightly, a little


a person who's following someone to find out where they're going and what they're doing


stolen money or goods

tee off American English

to make someone angry, to annoy

thick (1)

not very intelligent, a bit slow mentally

thick (2) American English

full-figured without appearing overweight

threads American English


throw up

to vomit

tight (1)

stingy, mean with money

tight (2)

close, friendly

tight (3)

fairly drunk, moderately inebriated

tight-arse Australian English Offensive

a person who doesn't like spending money, especially on other people

tight-ass American English Offensive

someone who's repressed and very strict about following society's rules


slightly drunk

tits Vulgar

a woman's breasts

toff British English

a wealthy, upper-class person

toffee-nosed British English

snobbish, pretentiously superior towards people of lower social class or income


lots, a large amount or number

tool (1) Offensive

a stupid person

tool (2) Vulgar

a penis


a man who takes the active role in gay or homosexual sex

total American and Australian English

to completely destroy, to wreck


very, really


to damage, to destroy


someone who posts provocative messages on forums or message boards (n.) | to post provocative messages on forums or message boards (v.)

turd Vulgar

a lump of excrement

turps Australian English

alcohol, alcoholic drinks

twerp | twirp Offensive

a silly, immature person


a young man with boyish good looks

twit Offensive

a silly, stupid person

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