6 edition of Dictionary of American slang found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Harold Wentworth and Stuart Berg Flexner. With a supplement by Stuart Berg Flexner.|
|Contributions||Flexner, Stuart Berg, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PE3729.U5 W4 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 718 p.|
|Number of Pages||718|
|LC Control Number||67003063|
slang (slăng) n. 1. A kind of language occurring chiefly in casual and playful speech, made up typically of coinages and figures of speech that are deliberately used in place of standard terms for added raciness, humor, irreverence, or other effect. 2. Language peculiar to a group; argot or jargon: thieves' slang. v. slanged, slanging, slangs Catch you on the flipside. Catch you on the flipside, it’s been real, check you later, and catch you on the rebound—the ‘70s were all about parting ways with hip style. Flipside alludes to the B-side of vinyl records, a common phrase propounded by radio DJs of the time. It could also have been inspired by the continued efforts in space travel, meaning "going one turn around the moon.".
This book is an interesting dictionary of slang American English. Most of the words are still used today. An example of the book beat it. Clear away; vamoose; depart. beat around the bush. To dodge the issue. beats the devil, the Dutch. Beats everything. beau, beau-lover. Suitor, lover. bedbug. An amorous or uxorious person. bee in one's bonnet. The first citation in the Historical Dictionary of American Slang is from Time to book this joint. Another edition of the same book from or earlier links it to boogie: book 3. [infl. by BOOG, BOOGIE, v.] to leave; to go fast; move along. – also constr. with “it”, “up”.
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I was hoping the book would be organized by time periods:, sort of like that/5(33). AMERICAN SLANG WORDS AND PHRASES (To) ace (v.): To pass a test, exam, etc. really easily. "Robert aced his physics exam." A-Game: One’s best self, often in relation to a.
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A superb dictionary of American slang, from every point of view, presented with a rare lexicographical intelligence. Particularly to be appreciated are the abundant comments on usage and meaning Read full review5/5(2). The Oxford Advanced American Dictionary is an advanced-level monolingual dictionary for learners of American English.
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Easily find any word: use the search. Preface to the fourth edition --Guide to the dictionary --Dictionary of American slang --Appendix A: Words for "drunk," "intoxicated." and "Intoxicated by drugs" --Appendix B: Guide to text messaging abbreviations. Responsibility: Barbara Ann Kipfer, editor ; Robert L.
Chapman, founding editor. American Italian is an Italian-American pidgin language developed in the early 20th century by Italian immigrants settling in American cities and metropolitan areas, especially in New York and New Jersey.
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Free shipping over $ The first dictionary of English slang is said to be Thomas Harman's A Caveat or Warening for Commen Cursetors, published in Characteristically individual, slang often incorporates elements of the jargons of special-interest groups (e.g., professional, sport, regional, criminal, drug, and sexual subcultures).
Chapman's Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition, provides just what is needed to trace the language of today back to its American roots. And make no mistake––this is a dictionary that is purely American, the place where you can trace the development of the American language, in it's highly informal format known as "slang.".
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entries are accompanied by citations that authenticate the words as well as offer lively examples of usage from popular literature, newspapers, magazines, movies, television shows, musical lyrics, and Internet user s: 1. Barbara Ann Kipfer, Ph.D., is a lexicographer who has authored or compiled more than forty books, including the Dictionary of American Slang (with Robert L.
Chapman), The Order of Things, Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary, and the bestsell Things to Be Happy received her doctorate in linguistics from England's University of : HarperCollins Publishers.