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Slang words and phrases beginning with the letter “S”



sack (1)
to fire someone from a job, to dismiss

sack (2)
a bed

savvy
awareness of how to succeed in competitive pursuits such as politics or business

sax
saxophone

scam
a scheme to get money dishonestly

scarper 
to run away

screw (1) 
to have sexual intercourse (v.); sexual intercourse (n.)

screw (2)
to cheat or swindle someone

screw (3)
an exclamation used to express anger

screw up
to make a serious mistake

scum; scumbag
a worthless or very disliked person

shades
sunglasses

shaft
to treat someone badly or unfairly

sharp
well-dressed

shit (1) 
faece s (n.); to excrete faeces (v.)

shit (2) 
an exclamation that can express annoyance, unpleasant surprise, frustration, pain, etc.

shit (3) 
nonsense, lies, misinformation

shitfaced 
very drunk or very intoxicated

shithole 
an extremely dirty, rundown place

shitload 
a large amount or number

shitty 
awful, terrible, unpleasant

shot
an attempt, a try, a turn

sickie 
a day taken off work after calling in sick when one is actually well

sicko
a deranged or perverted person

smart-arse 
a person who's annoying because they try to show how clever and knowledgeable they are (n.); having an annoying way of trying to seem clever (adj.)

smart-ass 
a person who's annoying because he tries to show how clever and knowledgeable he is (n.); having an annoying way of trying to seem clever (adj.)

straight
heterosexual, not gay

stuck-up
showing an attitude of superiority and snobbish pride

suck; it sucks
be very bad

sucker
a person who is easily cheated because he believes everything he is told

 

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