gob (1)

British and Australian English
This page is about the slang term gob (1).

Meaning: mouth

For example:

  • Glen was being rude to his mother, so Trevor told him to shut his gob.

  • I threw the ball to Clive, but he missed the catch and it hit him right in the gob.

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

Quick Quiz:

The guy punched me in the gob and

a. broke two of my teeth

b. my ear's really sore now

c. I got a black eye

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Contributor: Matt Errey