buttocks , backside , butt. uma bunda grande a big butt. (Translation of bunda from the GLOBAL Portuguese–English Dictionary © 2018 K Dictionaries Ltd)... read more ›
The word "bunda" comes from the Kimbundu language. “Bunda” is an informal way of referring to the rear area of the human body, between the legs and the back.... read more ›
Kevin Lilly – Co-Founder
Kevin has spent his career as a successful fitness entrepreneur for the last 18 years and is most proud of being a CSCS. Kevin's goal is to help people understand their infinite potential in all aspects of life.... view details ›
noun. plural tossers. Britannica Dictionary definition of TOSSER. [count] British slang. : a stupid or unpleasant person.... see details ›
adjective. If someone is lippy, they speak to other people in a way that shows no respect. [British, informal]... see details ›
Australian slang, known as 'Strine', is a way of using certain words and phrases that have become iconic to Australians. You may find that Australians tend to speak quickly and have an unusual way of pronouncing words. Here is a list of commonly used words and phrases — try them out with your Australian friends!... view details ›
Definition of 'leng'
1. to tarry or linger. adjective. 2. obsolete.... read more ›
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It seems to be typically Brazilian and my question is: when and where did "bunda" originate? Edit: "bunda" = buttocks, butts.... read more ›
Dani Girl is the inspiring and humorous story of a young girl's battle with a life-threatening disease. Far from sitting back and accepting her condition, Dani transforms her struggle into a fantastical adventure.... see details ›
"Girl with unattractive face but good body (see BOBFOC)" is the most common definition for PRAWN on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. PRAWN. Definition: Girl with unattractive face but good body (see BOBFOC)... view details ›
to make someone do whatever you want, because you control them completely. I'm in love with a married woman and she's got me on a string. She says we'll be together one day but nothing ever changes.... see more ›
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Bünda is a 50 min cardio and strength training class that alternates between rounds on the floor and on the Stairmaster. In total, there are 3 rounds in each class, the first lasting 6 min, the second 7 min, and the third 8 min.... continue reading ›
Veer Kataria, also known as Veer and BUNDA, is an Indian bass music producer. Veer creates dubstep, drum & bass, trap and house. Kataria is a member of the Insidious collective along with Jiiko, Maahir and Voysol.... continue reading ›
noun. /sɒd/ /sɑːd/ (British English, taboo, offensive, slang) an offensive word for a person, especially a man, that you are annoyed with or think is unpleasant.... continue reading ›
(ˈdʒɪmɪ ) noun. Central Scotland slang. an informal term of address to a male stranger.... see details ›
Sweetheart -> Jam Tart -> Tom's tart -> Toms. Jam tart originally meaning an attractive woman. Tart became slang for promiscuous girl -> prostitute. And tom came from tomcat.... see details ›
Introduction. The Xhosa word 'dala', when translated into English means 'to bring into existence' or to create. It has also become a South African slang word for "making a plan", "getting it done" or "doing it your way" which is very apt for what we do here at Dala, and what we encourage artists and crafters to do too.... view details ›
See more. “Jack and Dani means something in Cockney rhyming slang….. Fanny. It means fanny.”... view details ›
I would say the most commonly used slang word to refer to a beautiful woman would be “sort” or “good sort”.... see details ›
Here in Australia, however, McDonald's most prevalent nickname is “Macca's”. A recent branding survey commissioned by McDonald's Australia found that 55 per cent of Australians refer to the company by its local slang name.... see more ›
Contributor's comments: The meaning of Bubs I grew up with is a baby, or quite often the youngest member of the family is called "bubs" from an older sibling.... read more ›
Produced by SAMO, slowthai, and Kwes Darko, the track features A$AP Rocky and appears on slowthai's most recent album, TYRON. On the latest episode of Verified, the British rapper broke down the concept of the song and defined what the UK slang term “mazza” (or madness) means to him.... read more ›
skeng (plural skengs) (Caribbean, Jamaica, UK, MLE) a weapon, especially a gun or a knife quotations ▼... view details ›
"Speak to You Later" is the most common definition for STYL on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. STYL. Definition: Speak to You Later.... view details ›
British terms of endearment: 'Sweetheart', 'love', 'darling'…... view details ›
You often hear Americans say that they are “pissed”, meaning that they are angry or annoyed. British people also use the phrase “pissed off”, which means the same thing.... read more ›
Considered respectable until about 1750, it was heavily tabooed during c. 1750–1920, considered equivalent to heavily obscene or profane speech. Public use continued to be seen as controversial until the 1960s, but since then, the word has become a comparatively mild expletive or intensifier.... continue reading ›
Bunda is short for [ibunda], which means [mother]. This term is used a child calls her mother. In Indonesia, there are many words for [mother], such as ibu, mamak, bunda, mamah, emak, and mami.... read more ›
Bunda is an aboriginal word, which has been used in South Australia for the name of the Nullarbor coastal cliffs.... view details ›
gobby (comparative gobbier, superlative gobbiest) (Britain, slang, derogatory, said of a person) Inclined to talk in a loud and offensive manner.... see details ›
The colloquial term, used widely in Australia and New Zealand, has been likened to the British term "chavs" and the American term "white trash".... see more ›
bogan in British English
1. an unfashionable, unpopular person. 2. an unsophisticated, uneducated person.... see details ›
Hungarian Czech Slovak Romanian and Ukrainian: from Hungarian bunda 'fur coat' hence a metonymic occupational name for a furrier or a nickname for someone who habitually wore a fur coat.... view details ›
Mick is a masculine given name, usually a short form (hypocorism) of Michael. Because of its popularity in Ireland, it is often used in England as a derogatory term for an Irish person or a person of Irish descent. In Australia the meaning broadened to include any Roman Catholic.... see more ›
/juːt/ relating to young people, especially those influenced by the most recent fashions and ideas: The adverts target yute culture. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. Describing people who are young.... view details ›
(mɪk) noun. (often lc) slang, derogatoryusually , offensive. a person of Irish birth or descent.... see details ›
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Species: Yellow-Footed Rock Wallaby (Petrogale xanthopus) Location: Australian Reptile Park.... see more ›
Numpty is a word that is primarily used in British slang (specifically in Scotland), although it's use has also been recorded in Australia. The meaning of the word Numpty is generally defined as being one of the following: A stupid person, a person who makes silly or foolish actions, sometimes based on poor judgement.... continue reading ›
The seemingly contradictory term is a boardroom regular - a setting in which we usually hope to elicit opinions and give little offence. Yeah, nah provides an informal, easy way to agree, disagree, deflect attention off ourselves and move between topics with a little more tact than we would have twenty years ago.... see details ›
Hooroo = Goodbye
The Australian slang for goodbye is Hooroo and sometimes they even Cheerio like British people.... read more ›
“How ya goin'?” is the ultimate Aussie greeting. If you're not from Australia, this mash-up of “How are you?” and “Where are you going?” might leave you a little perplexed. If it helps, think of how the Brits say “y'alright?” - it requires no detailed response. In fact, a simple “hey!” will suffice.... continue reading ›