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During this English lesson you will be able to use the list to find out the meaning of any slang beginning with O you might read or hear about.

Click on each letter of the alphabet to get the list of the slang words with an explanation of each.

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** Warning some slang is of an adult nature **

Slang words beginning with O

O

O is slang for opium.
O is slang for oral sex.

O.D.

O.D. is slang for to overdose.

O.G.

O.G. is American slang for an older and respected gang member.

O.J.

O.j. is slang for orange juice.

O.P.

O.P. is British slang for an observation post.

O.P.P.

O.P.P. is slang for phencyclidine.

O.S.

O.S. is Australian slang for overseas.

O.T.T.

O.t.t. is slang for Over The Top, meaning excessive, outrageous, wild.

OAK

Oak is British slang for joke.

OAK AND ASH

Oak and ash is British theatre rhyming slang for cash.

OARS AND ROLLOCKS

Oars and rollocks is London Cockney rhyming slang for nonsense (bollocks).

OATER

Oater is American slang for a western film.

OATS

Oats is slang for sperm (with regard to being seeds). Oats is British slang for sexual gratification.

OATS AND BARLEY

Oats and barley is London Cockney rhyming slang for Charlie.

OATS AND CHAFF

Oats and chaff is London Cockney rhyming slang for path.

OATSY

Oatsy is slang for spirited, assertive, restive.

OBADIAH

Obadiah is British slang for a domestic fire.

OBBO

Obbo is British police slang for observation.

OCEAN LINER

Ocean liner was London Cockney rhyming slang for a black−eye (shiner).

OCEAN PEARL

Ocean pearl was th century London Cockney rhyming slang for a girl.

OCEAN WAVE

Ocean wave is London Cockney rhyming slang for shave.

OCKER

Ocker is Australian slang for an uncultivated or boorish person.

OCKERINA

Ockerina is Australian slang for an uncultivated or boorish woman.

OCTOPUS

Octopus is British slang for a sexually importunate man.

ODAY

Oday is American slang for money.

ODD

Odd is slang for a policeman
Odd was th century British slang for homosexual.

ODD−LOT

Odd−lot is slang for a police car.

ODDBALL

Oddball is slang for an eccentric person, a nonconformist.

ODDBOD

Oddbod is British slang for a strange, eccentric person.

ODDS

Odds is British slang for to risk, to take a chance on.

ODDS AGAINST

Odds against is British slang for unlikely to happen.

ODDS AND SODS

Odds and sods is slang for bits and pieces.

ODDS IT

Odds it is British slang for to take a chance, to take a risk.

ODDS ON

Odds on is British slang for likely to happen.

OEDIPUS REX

Oedipus Rex is London Cockney rhyming slang for sex.

OFAY

Ofay is derogatory American slang for a white person.

OFF

Off is American slang for to kill.

OFF ONE'S BLOCK

Off one's block is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S BOX

Off one's box is slang for intoxicated.

OFF ONE'S CHUMP

Off one's chump is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S CRUST

Off one's crust is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S FACE

Off one's face is Australian slang for intoxicated, under the influence of drugs.

OFF ONE'S HEAD

Off one's head is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S NUT

Off one's nut is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S ONION

Off one's onion is slang for insane, mad.

OFF ONE'S ROCKER

Off one's rocker is slang for insane, crazy.

OFF ONE'S SCONE

Off one's scone is Australian slang for angry or insane.

OFF ONE'S TROLLEY

Off one's trolley is British slang for insane, crazy.

OFF THE CHAIN

Off the chain is Australian slang for free, unrestrained, unrestricted.

OFF THE COB

Off the cob is Black−American slang for out of style or backwards

OFF THE HOOK

Off the hook is slang for out of trouble, freed from a difficult situation.
Off the hook is Australian slang for a married man out for the night with male friends. Off the hook is
American slang for ill, in a bad temper, nervous.
Off the hook is American slang for something so good it transcends description.

OFF THE HOOKS

Off the hooks was old slang for ill−tempered.
Off the hooks was th century slang for at once, immediately.
Off the hooks was th century slang for dead.
Off the hooks was th century slang for crazy, eccentric.
Off the hooks was th century slang for to be unrestrained, to behave to excess.

OFF THE HORN

Off the horn was th century slang for very tough and chewy.

OFF THE NAIL

Off the nail was th century slang for slightly intoxicated, tipsy.

OFF THE RUNWAY

Off the runway is American slang for very thin.

OFF THE TOP

Off the top is slang for taken first.

OFF THE WALL

Off the wall is slang for eccentric, unusual.

OFF−SIDE

Off−side is British slang for unfair, improper behaviour.

OFF−SIDER

Off−sider is Australian slang for an assistant.

OFF−THE−WALL

Off−the−wall is slang for new or unexpected in an unconventional or eccentric way.

OFF−TIME JIVE

Off−time jive is Black−American slang for a weak excuse.

OFFER A SACRIFICE TO RALPH, THE PORCELAIN GOD

Offer a sacrifice to Ralph, the porcelain god is American slang for to vomit.

OFFER OUT

Offer out is British slang for to challenge to a fight.

OFFICE

Office is British slang for to warn. Office is old British slang for a toilet.

OFFICE WALLAH

Office wallahis British slang for someone who works in an office.

OFFICE WORKER

Office worker is London Cockney rhyming slang for shirker.

OFFIE

Offie is British slang for an off−licence (liquor store).

OFFY

Offy is slang for an off licence.

OGGIE

Oggie is British slang for a Cornish pasty.

OGGLE

Oggle is British slang for to eye lasciviously.

OGLE

Ogle is Polari slang for look, admire.

OH MY DEAR

Oh my dear was old London Cockney rhyming slang for beer.

OH MY GAWD

Oh my gaws was old London Cockney rhyming slang for bald.

OI JIMMY KNACKER

Oi Jimmy Knacker was London Cockney rhyming slang for tobacco.

OIK

Oik is derogatory British slang for a person regarded as inferior because of being ignorant, ill−educated, or lower−class.

OIL

Oil is British slang for alcoholic drink.
Oil is Black−American slang for a pay−off to authorities; a bribe.

OIL LAMP

Oil lamp is London Cockney rhyming slang for tramp.

OIL LEAK

Oil leak is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Sikh.

OIL SLICK

Oil slick is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Spaniard (Spick).

OIL TANKER

Oil tanker is London Cockney rhyming slang for an obnoxious person (wanker).

OILED

Oiled is slang for intoxicated, drunk.

OILY

Oily is British slang for a stupid, unsophisticated person.

OILY RAG

Oily rag is London Cockney rhyming slang for cigarette (fag).
Oily rag is British slang for an inexperienced or incompetent motor mechanic.

OINK

Oink is slang for a person with one income and children. Oink is British slang for to eat greedily.

OINKER

Oinker is British slang for a policeman. Oinker is British slang for a greedy person.
Oinker is American slang for a vulgar, obnoxious or greedy person.

OK

OK was slang and is now colloquial English for all right, correct.

OKAY

Okay was slang and is now colloquial English for all right, correct.

OKEY DOKE

Okey doke is London Cockney rhyming slang for cocaine (coke). Okey doke is London Cockney rhyming slang for coca−cola (coke).
Okey doke is London Cockney rhyming slang for the contents of a wallet (poke).

OKIE

Okie is American slang for an inhabitant of Oklahoma.
Okie is American slang for an impoverished migrant farm worker, especially one who left Oklahoma
during the Depression of the s to work elsewhere in the USA.

OKIE CREDIT CARD

Okie credit card is American slang for a siphon used to steal fuel from another car's tank.

OLD AND BITTER

Old and bitter is British slang for a mother−in−law.
Old and bitter is British slang for a miserable, old person.

OLD BAG

Old bag is slang for an elderly woman.
Old bag is London Cockney rhyming slang for an old or infected prostitute (hag).

OLD BANGER

Old banger is slang for a dilapidated old car.

OLD BILL

Old Bill is British slang for the police.

OLD BOILED EGG

Old boiled egg is British slang for the OBE.

OLD BOOT

Old boot is British slang for a woman, particularly an unattractive or ugly one.

OLD BUCK

Old buck is British slang for backchat, lairy talk.

OLD CHAP

Old chap is British slang for the penis.

OLD COOT

Old coot is British slang for a cantankerous old person.

OLD DART

Old dart is Australian slang for England.

OLD DUTCH

Old Dutch is London Cockney slang for wife.

OLD FELLOW

Old fellow is slang for the penis.

OLD FOGEY

Old fogey is London Cockney rhyming slang for nasal reside (bogey).

OLD FRYING

Old frying is British slang for a husband. Old frying is British slang for a father.

OLD GIT

Old git is British slang for a cantankerous old person.

OLD GOOSEBERRY

Old gooseberry is London slang for wife.

OLD HAT

Old hat is British slang for old fashioned.
Old hat was th century British slang for the vagina.

OLD HEAVE HO

Old heave ho is British slang for dismissal, rejection.

OLD IRON AND BRASS

Old iron and brass is London Cockney rhyming slang for grass. Old iron and brass is British military rhyming slang for a pass.

OLD JAMAICA RUM

Old Jamaica rum is British naval slang for sun.

OLD KING COLE

Old king Cole is London Cockney rhyming slang for unemployment benefit (dole).

OLD KIT BAG

Old kit bag is London Cockney rhyming slang for cigarette (fag).

OLD LADY

Old lady is slang for one's mother, wife, girlfriend.

OLD LAG

Old lag is British slang for an habitual criminal or former prison inmate.

OLD MAN

Old man is slang for one's father, husband, boyfriend.
Old man is an amateur radio slang greeting for a man or male friend.

OLD MONEY

Old money is British slang for imperial measurement.

OLD NAG

Old nag was British military rhyming slang for cigarette (fag).

OLD NELLIE

Old Nellie (based on Nellie Dean) is British slang for an older male homosexual.

OLD OAK

Old oak is British rhyming slang for London (the Smoke).

OLD POT AND PAN

Old pot and pan is London Cockney rhyming slang for old man (husband).

OLD RAG

Old rag is London Cockney rhyming slang for flag.

OLD SKOOL

Old skool is American slang for over five years old; not hip.

OLD SWEAT

Old sweat is British slang for an old soldier.
Old sweat is British slang for someone experienced in his field.

OLD TROUT

Old trout is British slang for a middle−aged or elderly woman.

OLD WHIP

Old whip is British naval slang for ship.

OLDIE

Oldie is slang for an old person or parent.
Oldie is slang for a popular music record released more than a year ago.

OLIVER CROMWELL

Oliver Cromwell is London Cockney rhyming slang for understand (tumble).

OLIVER REED

Oliver Reed is British rhyming slang for amphetamine (speed). Oliver Reed is London Cockney rhyming slang for tobacco (weed). Oliver Reed is London Cockney rhyming slang for cannabis (weed).

OLIVER TWIST

Oliver Twist is London Cockney rhyming slang for fist.
Oliver Twist is London Cockney rhyming slang for drunk, intoxicated (pissed).
Oliver Twist is London Cockney rhyming slang for wrist.

OLLERROD

Ollerrod is Dorset slang for cowslip.

OLLIE

Ollie is British slang for a marble.

OLLIE BEAK

Ollie Beak is London Cockney rhyming slang for Sikh.

OLLY

Olly is British slang for amphetamine.

OLOGY

Ology is British slang for a science degree.

OMAR SHARIF

Omar Sharif is London Cockney rhyming slang for trouble, problems (grief).

OMEE

Omee is Polari slang for a man.

OMEE POLONY

Omee polony is Polaris slang for a homosexual man.

OMI

Omi is British and Polari slang for a man.

OMI−PALONE

Omi−palone is Polari slang for homosexual.

OMIPOLONE

Omipolone is British slang for a male homosexual.

OMIPOLONI

Omipoloni is British slang for a male homosexual.

ON

On is a slang euphemism for the menstrual cycle.

ON A FIZZER

On a fizzer is British military slang for in trouble, likely to face a disciplinary hearing.

ON A PENSION

On a pension is British criminal slang for a corrupt policeman.

ON A PROMISE

On a promise is British slang for due to receive something to one's benefit. On a promise is British slang for due to receive sex.

ON A RAFT

On a raft is American slang for on toast.

ON A ROLL

On a roll is slang for enjoying a series of successes or a run of good luck.

ON A SOLOMONS

On a Solomons is British slang for on to a good money−making scheme or racket.

ON AND OFF

On and off is London Cockney rhyming slang for cough.

ON CANVAS

On canvas is British slang for in solitary confinement, in prison.

ON HOLIDAY

On holiday is British slang for temporarily in prison.

ON ONE

On one is British slang for under the influence of MDA or ecstasy. On one is British slang for in the know.
On one is British slang for out thieving.

ON ONE'S ACE

On one's ace is British slang for alone.

ON ONE'S JACK JONES

On one's Jack Jones is British slang for on one's own.

ON ONE'S OWN HOOK

On one's own hook is slang for on one's own initiative.

ON ONE'S TOD

On one's tod is slang for being alone.

ON SOMEONE'S HAMMER

On someone's hammer is Australian and New Zealand slang for in hot pursuit of someone.

ON SPEC

On spec is British slang for at a risk.

ON THE ABRAHAM

On the Abraham is British slang for taking time off work pretending to be ill.

ON THE BLINK

On the blink is slang for something mechanical being temporarily out of order.

ON THE BLOB

On the blob is British slang for menstruation.

ON THE BREW

On the brew is Scottish slang for to be unemployed.

ON THE BUM

On the bum is slang for leading the life of a tramp. On the bum is slang for engaged in begging.
On the bum is slang for malfunctioning.

ON THE CARDS

On the cards is British slang for likely to happen.

ON THE CELLAR

On the cellar is British slang for scrounging, looking to borrow some money.

ON THE CLUB

On the club is British slang for away from work due to sickness, especially when receiving sickness benefit.

ON THE CROSS

On the cross is slang for dishonesty.

ON THE DRIP

On the drip is British slang for on hire purchase.

ON THE EARHOLE

On the earhole is British slang for engaged in cadging or borrowing money.

ON THE ELBOW

On the elbow is British slang for engaged in cadging or borrowing money.

ON THE FLOOR

On the Floor is London Cockney rhyming slang for poor.

ON THE FLY

On the fly is British slang for in a rush, having no time.

ON THE FRITZ

On the Fritz is American slang for malfunctioning, out of order.

ON THE GAME

On the game is slang for working as a prostitute.

ON THE HOOK

On the hook is slang for waiting. On the hook is slang for in a dangerous or difficult situation.

ON THE HORN

On the horn is British slang for having an erection.

ON THE HURRY−UP

On the hurry−up is British slang for at full speed.

ON THE JOB

On the job is British slang for engaged in sexual intercourse.

ON THE KNOCK

On The Knock is British slang for on credit or hire purchase.
On The Knock is British slang for engaged in selling or canvassing door to door.

ON THE KNOCKER

On the knocker is British slang for going from door to door trying to sell something of dubious value or to persuade the gullible to sell antiques or other items for far less than their worth.

ON THE LAY−BY

On the lay−by is Australian slang for on hire purchase.

ON THE MUD

On the mud is British slang for an almost empty beer glass.

ON THE NEEDLE

On the needle is slang for habitually injecting heroin or another narcotic.

ON THE NEST

On the nest is British slang for involved in sexual intercourse.

ON THE NEVER−NEVER

On the never−never is British slang for on hire purchase, on credit.

ON THE NOSE

On the nose is Australian slang for smelly, rank.

ON THE OTHER BUS

On the other bus is British slang for homosexual.

ON THE PISS

On the piss is slang for the situation or event of getting drunk.

ON THE PULL

On the pull is British slang for in the act of attempting to meet a sexual partner.

ON THE Q.T.

On the q.t. is slang for discreetly, secretly.

ON THE RAG

On the rag is slang for menstruating.

ON THE RAGGED EDGE

On the ragged edge is American slang for on the extreme edge.

ON THE RAZZLE

On the razzle is slang for a spree or good time.

ON THE RORY

On the Rory is slang for poor, penniless.

ON THE SCHNOZZ

On the schnozz is American slang for precisely, exactly on time.

ON THE SQUARE

On the square is slang for being a Freemason.

ON THE STRAP

On the Strap is British slang for on credit or hire−purchase.

ON THE TAP

On the tap is slang for begging, asking for a loan.

ON THE THUMB

On the thumb is British slang for hitch−hiking.

ON THE TURKEY

On the turkey is British criminal slang for being sought by the police and evading capture.

ON THE UP−AND−UP

On the up−and−up is slang for genuine, bona fide.

ON THE WAGON

On the wagon is British slang for being teetotal.

ON THE WALLABY

On the wallaby is Australian slang for wandering about looking for work.

ON THE WAY OUT

On the way out is British slang for dying.

ON THE WONK

On the wonk is British slang for crooked.

ON TICK

On tick is British slang for on duty, present.

ON TILT

On tilt is American slang for unsteady, unbalanced.

ON TOP

On top is British slang for caught in the act.

ON VELVET

On velvet is slang for in a condition of ease, advantage, or wealth.

ON WHEELS

On wheels is American slang for takeaway (meal).

ON YOUR BIKE

On your bike is British slang for go away!

ON YOUR CYCLE

On your cycle is British slang for go away!

ONCE A WEEK

Once a week is London Cockney rhyming slang for a magistrate (beak). Once a week is London Cockney rhyming slang for impudence (cheek).

ONCE EVERY PANCAKE DAY

Once every pancake day is British slang for very rarely.

ONCE OVER

Once over is slang for inspect, look carefully.

ONCER

Oncer was British slang for a one−pound note.
Oncer is Australian slang for a person elected to Parliament who can only expect to serve one term.

ONE AND EIGHT

One and eight is London Cockney rhyming slang for plate.

ONE AND ELEVEN PENCE THREE FARDEN

One and eleven pence three farden was old London Cockney rhyming slang for I beg your pardon.

ONE AND HALF

One and half is London Cockney rhyming slang for scarf.

ONE AND T'OTHER

One and t'other is London Cockney rhyming slang for brother. One and t'other is London Cockney rhyming slang for mother.

ONE AND TWO

One and two is London Cockney rhyming slang for shoe.

ONE EYED TROUSER SNAKE

One eyed trouser snake is slang for the penis.

ONE FOR HIS NOB

One for his nob is British slang for an extra payment, a tip.
One for his nob was London Cockney rhyming slang for a shilling (bob).

ONE FOR THE TARMAC

One for the tarmac is British slang for one last drink. One For The Road
One for the road is British slang for one last drink.

ONE IN THE DEPARTURE LOUNGE

One in the departure lounge is British slang for to need to defecate imminently.

ONE MORE TIME

One more time is bingo slang for the number seventy−nine.

ONE OFF THE WRIST

One off the wrist is British slang for masturbation.

ONE OVER THE EIGHT

One over the eight is slang for drunk, intoxicated.

ONE UNDER

One under is British slang for a suicide on a railway line.

ONE UP THE WHEEL

One up the wheel is British lorry driver slang for urination.

ONE WAY POCKETS

One way pockets is British slang for a miser.

ONE−ER

One−er is British slang for pounds sterling.

ONE−EYED TROUSER SNAKE

One−eyed trouser snake is slang for the penis.

ONE−HORSE

One−horse is American slang for second−rate; inferior; small.

ONE−NIGHT STAND

One−night stand is slang for a very brief sexual fling.

ONE−TO−ONE

One−to−one is slang for cocaine.

ONE−UP

One−up is slang for to out−do, to better or snub someone.

ONESER

Oneser is British slang for a one−pound note or pound coin.

ONION

Onion is British slang for the head.

ONION ACT

Onion act is Black−American slang for anything or situation considered extremely wrong

ONS

Ons is British soccer slang for a throw−in.

OODLES

Oodles is slang for a large amount.

OOF

Oof is British slang for money.

OOH LA LA

Ooh la la was British rhyming slang for a bra.

OOJAMAFLIP

Oojamaflip is British slang for an unspecified or un−nameable thing.

OONE

Oone is Dorset slang for one.

OONO

Oono is British slang for one.

OP

Op is slang for a surgical operation.

OPEN A MOUTH

Open a mouth is British slang for to start an argument.

OPEN ONE'S LUNCH

Open one's lunch is Australian slang for to emit wind from the anus.

OPEN PACKY

Open packy is Jamaican slang for to reveal one's innermost thoughts.

OPEN SLATHER

Open slather is Australian and New Zealand slang for a situation in which there are no restrictions;
free−for−all.

OPEN THE DOOR

Open the door is bingo slang for the number four.

OPPO

Oppo is British slang for opposite number, partner. Oppo is British slang for a military operation.

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS

Opportunity knocks is British rhyming slang for a fox.

ORANGE

Orange is British slang for a word with which no rhyming word can be found. Orange is slang for LSD.

ORANGE PIP

Orange pip is British rhyming slang for a Japanese (nip).

ORANGE SQUASH

Orange squash is British rhyming slang for money (dosh).

ORANGE SUNSHINE

Orange sunshine is slang for LSD.

ORBITAL

Orbital is British slang for an acid house party.

ORCHESTRA STALLS

Orchestra Stalls is London Cockney rhyming slang for balls (testicles).

ORCHESTRAS

Orchestras is British slang for testicles.

ORCHESTRATION

Orchestration is Black−American slang for an overcoat.

ORDER BUICKS OVER THE BIG WHITE PHONE

Order buicks over the big white phone is American slang for to vomit.

ORGAN

Organ is British slang for the penis.

ORGAN GRINDER

Oragan grinder is London Cockney rhyming slang for a bodyguard (minder).

ORGAN RECITAL

Organ recital is American slang for to vomit.

ORGANIC OUTPUT

Organic output is American slang for to vomit.

ORGANIC QUAALUDE

Organic quaalude is slang for Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate.

ORINOKO

Orinoko is London Cockney rhyming slang for cocoa. Orinoko is London Cockney rhyming slang for a poker.

ORNAMENTS

Ornaments is British slang for a man's genitalia.

ORPHAN ANNIE

Orphan Annie is London Cockney rhyming slang for vagina (fanny).

OSCAR

Oscar is British slang for unrestrained, out of control, wild. Oscar is American tramp slang for to walk away.
Oscar is Australian slang for cash; money (shortened from Oscar Asche).

OSCAR ASCHE

Oscar Asche is British and Australian rhyming slang for cash.

OSCAR WILDE

Oscar Wilde is London Cockney rhyming slang for rhyming slang for the beer mild.

OSSIFER

Osifer is slang for a policeman.

OSWALD

Oswald is British slang for an ounce.

OTCHO

Otcho is British slang for the number eight.

OTHER END

Other end is East London slang for London's West end.

OTHER MAN

Other man is Black−American slang for the white man

OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN

Other side of the coin is slang for an opposing point of view.

OTHER WAY

Other way is British slang for stolen. Other way is British slang for anal sex.
Other way is British slang for a homosexual.

OTIS REDDING

Otis Redding is London Cockney rhyming slang for wedding.

OTTER

Otter is Polari slang for the number eight.

OU

Ou is South African slang for a man.

OU−DI−DU−DAT

Ou−di−du−dat is Jamaican slang for an Asian Indian.

OUCH−HOUSE

Ouch−house is British slang for a rough pub or club.

OULAP

Oulap is South African slang for a penny.

OUMA

Ouma is South African slang for any elderly woman.

OUMAN

Ouman is South African slang for a veteran.
Ouman is South African slang for an experienced soldier.

OUNCE OF BACCY

Ounce of baccy is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Pakistani (Paki).

OUPA

Oupa is South African slang for any elderly man.

OUPA JUICE

Oupa juice is South African slang for alcoholic drink. Liquor.

OUR FOOD AINT COOKED IN THE SAME POT

Our food aint cooked in the same pot is Jamaican slang for we are too different to get along. I'm better than you.

OUR FOOD DON'T COOK

Our food don't cook is Jamaican slang for we are too different to get along. I'm better than you

OUSSIE

Oussie is Northern Irish slang for over−inquisitive.

OUT

Out is slang for to declare publicly the homosexuality of someone. Out is slang for living or behaving openly homosexual.
Out is street slang for crazy.

OUT COLD

Out cold is slang for unconscious.

OUT IN THE COLD

Out in the cold is slang for not included.

OUT IN THE LEFT FIELD

Out in the left field is slang for completely wrong.

OUT LIKE A LIGHT

Out like a light is slang for fall into a deep sleep quickly.

OUT OF HAND

Out of hand is slang for out of control.

OUT OF HERE

Out of here is slang for gone; go.

OUT OF IT

Out of it is slang for dazed, distracted, euphoric, semi−conscious.

OUT OF ONE'S BOX

Out of one's box is slang for crazy.
Out of one's box is slang for intoxicated by drugs or drink.

OUT OF ONE'S HEAD

Out of one's head is slang for crazy.
Out of one's head is slang for intoxicated by drugs or drink.

OUT OF ONE'S LEAGUE

Out of one's league is slang for to be in a situation where one is surrounded by people who are more skilful, experienced and sophisticated than oneself.

OUT OF ONE'S PRAM

Out of one's pram is slang for crazy.
Out of one's pram is British slang for very angry.

OUT OF ONE'S SKULL

Out of one's skull is slang for crazy.
Out of one's skull is slang for intoxicated by drugs or drink.

OUT OF ONE'S TREE

Out of one's tree is slang for crazy.
Out of one's tree is slang for intoxicated by drugs or drink.

OUT OF ORDER

Out of order is British slang for transgressing.
Out of order is British slang for incapacitated, particularly by drink or drugs.

OUT OF SIGHT

Out of sight is slang for extreme or very unusual.

OUT OF THE BLUE

Out of the blue is slang for unexpectedly.

OUT OF THE GAME

Out of the game is British slang for unconscious or totally incoherent on alcohol.

OUT OF THE LOOP

Out of the loop is American slang for being uninformed of inside goings−on.

OUT OF THIN AIR

Out of thin air is slang for from nowhere, from nothing.

OUT OF WHACK

Out of whack is slang for dysfunctional.

OUT TO LUNCH

Out to lunch is slang for insane, crazy, deranged.
Out to lunch is slang for unconscious, incapacitated by drink or drugs.

OUT−AND−OUTER

Out−and−outer is slang for a thorough or thoroughgoing person or thing. Out−and−outer is slang for a person or thing that is excellent of its kind. Out−and−outer is slang for an extremist.

OUTASIGHT

Outasight is slang for superb, excellent, sensational.

OUTERS

Outers is British slang for not wanted, barred.

OUTFRONT

Outfront is American slang for open, frank, honest, straightforward.

OUTIE

Outie is South African slang for a vagrant, a tramp.

OUTING

Outing is slang for declaring publicly the homosexuality of someone.

OUTJIE

Outjie is South African slang for a child, a small person.

OUTLAW

Outlaw is Jamaican slang for an errant person or criminal., a gang member. Outlaw is American slang for exceptional, outstanding.
Outlaw is West Indian slang for wild, barbarous, crude.

OUTSERT

Outsert is advertising slang for a self−contained and detachable advertising supplement within a newspaper or magazine.

OUTSIDE

Outside is slang for not in prison.

OUTSIDE RIGHT

Outside right is British slang for the seven in a deck of cards.

OUTSIDER ART

Outsider art is slang for art produced by people not considered part of the mainstream.

OUTTAKE SHOW

Outtake show is American slang for a television program consisting of a series of homemade or professional video clips strung together around a common theme.

OVARY TICKLER

Ovary tickler is British slang for the penis.

OVER ONE'S HEAD

Over one's head is slang for beyond one's comprehension.

OVER THE EDGE

Over the edge is slang for hysterical; in an emotional crisis or panic. Over the edge is slang for to excess.

OVER THE HILL

Over the hill is military slang for absent without leave or deserting.

OVER THE MARK

Over the mark is Canadian slang for tipsy.

OVER THE STILE

Over the stile is London Cockney rhyming slang for trial.

OVER THE TOP

Over the top is British slang for extreme; outlandish, outrageous, bizarre.

OVER−DO

Over−do is Jamaican slang for showing off.

OVER−RIPE FRUIT

Over−ripe fruit is British slang for an elderly homosexual.

OVERALL

Overall is British slang for a working man.

OVERCOAT

Overcoat is British slang for a condom.

OVERCOAT MAKER

Overcoat maker is London Cockney rhyming slang for undertaker.

OVERKILL

Overkill is slang for excessive.

OVERNIGHTS

Overnights is American slang for the ratings of a single night of television.

OVERSEEN

Overseen was th and th century slang for tipsy.

OVERSHOT

Overshot was th century slang for tipsy, drunk, intoxicated.

OVERSIGHT

Oversight is slang for a mistake.

OVERTAKEN

Overtaken was th and th century slang for drunk, intoxicated.

OWEN NARES

Owen Nares is London Cockney rhyming slang for chairs.

OWL−GAL

Owl−gal is Jamaican slang for a promiscuous woman.

OWN GOAL

Own goal is British slang for a suicide.
Own goal is British slang for a self−inflicted mistake.

OWSLEY ACID

Owsley acid is slang for a high−quality type of LSD.

OXFORD BAG

Oxford bag is London Cockney rhyming slang for cigarette (fag).

OXFORD SCHOLAR

Oxford Scholar is London Cockney rhyming slang for collar. Oxford Scholar is London Cockney rhyming slang for dollar.

OXO CUBE

Oxo cube is London Cockney rhyming slang for the London Underground (tube).

OXYS

Oxys is slang for any anabolic steroid.

OYSTER

Oyster is slang for a globule of phlegm. Oyster is slang for a very taciturn person.

OYZENS

Oyzens is British slang for trousers.

OZ

Oz is slang for amyl nitrate (or any associated inhalant drug). Oz is Australian slang for Australia.

OZONE

Ozone is slang for phencyclidine.

OZZIE AND HARRIET

Ozzie and Harriet is American slang for a stuffy, middle−aged, middle−class, respectable, domestic



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