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Latest revision as of 06:50, 13 March 2021

> Anglish "Slang" Wordbook

Anglish sp English
Pan n The face
Pan vb To berate
Panhandler n A beggar
Pan out phr To turn out, end, to result in
Phishing n Any attempt to trick victims into sharing sensitive information such as passwords, usernames, and credit card details for malicious reasons. The attackers often disguise themselves as a trustworthy entity and make contact with their target via email, social media, phone calls.
Pickings n The odds and ends of profit; the results of begging
Picky adj Careful in choosing; fastidious
Pigheaded adj A stubborn person
Pig whisper n A grunt.
Pike n A highway, road, sidewalk; a railway
Pinebox at the Bedside - lid off" phr - imminent death.
Pintle-blossom n Venearal disease, usually syphilis.
Pintle-monger n A sex worker, call-girl, prostitute.
Pintle-smith n Urologist ?
Play a lone hand phr To work, live or travel alone; to avoid any dependence on others; to achieve or bring about something singlehandedly
Played out phr Fatigued, exhausted, used up, gone; ended up
Plough n The penis; see 'furrow'
Pretty soft phr Easy, providing good returns for small effort
Pretty-up vb To beautify or make-up oneself
Pull a fast one phr To cheat, swindle,
Pull for phr Favour, assist
Pull the wool phr To deceive, cheat
Pull up phr Recovery after depression
Pully-bone phr A wishbone
Put the arm on phr To arrest or restrain.
Put it on ice phr To suspend action on something; to not proceed immediately
Put it over phr Deceive, hoodwink, betray, befool
Put on the dog phr To make a display; to show off
Put the finger on phr To point out someone to the police
Put the wind up phr To fighten, to cause one to fear
Put up or shut up phr Prove it or keep quite
Put (one) wise phr To tell one something that they do not know; to inform one about something of which they are ignorant.
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