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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92490: Slang Words
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Slang words, colloquial words [Change theme]
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    Slang Words

    wuss                         a weak or timid person, regarded as unmanly

    pickled                      a drunk person

    bling bling                 flashy jewelry

    sax                           a saxophone

    dosh                         money

    foxy                          physically attractive (a foxy lady)

    big shot                     an important or influential person

    all in                          tired, exhausted

    zit                             a pimple

    whodunit                   a detective story presented as a novel or a play or movie

    babe                         a girl, young woman, sweetheart, dear (familiar)

    airhead                     a stupid person 

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    1. Ted is such an . He doesn't know what the capital of England is.

    2. Stop being such a . This lake isn't even deep. Go into the water!

    3. Kate's brother got at her wedding party. He drank too much alcohol.

    4. July always wears a lot of . She loves jewellery.

    5. He was a professional player. In my opinion, he was simply the best!

    6. I haven't got any . Can you lend me some?

    7. She won the Miss World crown in 2000. She is a very pretty and woman, isn't she?

    8. Sorry, but I can't help you in the garden today. I'm and need to rest.

    9. Her uncle is a in local politics.

    10. You have a big on your nose. Use this ointment.

    11. When I was a kid, I read a lot of .

    12. Hi, ! You look so beautiful today.

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