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This page is about the slang term wicked

British English

Meaning: very good, excellent, outstanding

For example:

  • We saw this new band last night and they were wicked. Go and see them next time they play.

  • Where'd you get the jacket, Dave? It's wicked.

Variety: This is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz:

Everyone who's seen the video for their new song says it's wicked, so it must be

a. really bad

b. really good

c. really average

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Contributor: Matt Errey