What is a Choong?

CHOONG. Definition: Very Good Looking (see also CHONG) Type: Slang Word (Jargon)

What does Sodded dog mean?

(UK, mildly vulgar) Expression of surprise or annoyance.

What does bloody mean in British slang?

In British slang, bloody means something like “very.” That’s bloody brilliant! Things that are literally bloody have blood on them or are made of blood. Figuratively bloody things, on the other hand, only imply blood — a bloody coup, for example, is a government overthrow that involves some amount of violence.

What is Mandem mean?

Mandem is a collective noun for a bunch of boys or men, particularly your own group of mates.

What does a Peng Ting mean?

Something or someone of high quality
peng ting (plural peng tings) (MLE) Something or someone of high quality. quotations ▼ (MLE) Hence, an attractive person, especially an attractive woman.

What does sodding mean in British?

(sɒdɪŋ ) adjective [ADJECTIVE noun] Sodding is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying, especially when they are angry or annoyed. [British, informal, rude, emphasis]

What is a sod puppy?

Sod-a-dog definition (UK, mildly vulgar) Expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration. interjection.

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What does Loo mean in British?

toilet
Loo. Despite being a very British word for toilet, ‘loo’ is actually derived from the French phrase ‘guardez l’eau’, which means ‘watch out for the water’.

What is Boydem in slang?

Rather, in the expression s’hot zikh oysgelozt a boydem, literally, “it turned out to be an attic,” but meaning “nothing came of it” or ‘it was all a big crock,” a boydem stands for something worthless, a place in which one dumps what has lost all its value.

What is a Gyaldem?

GYALDEM means “Group of Girls.”