10 Common English Slang Terms

 

SLANG #1

“Be there or be square”

[This means that you should attend an event or you will be considered an outsider]

Click Play to hear how to use “Be there or be square” properly

 

SLANG #2

“Beats me”

[This means that you don’t know something. The emphasis is on “me”]

Click Play to hear how to use “Beats me” properly

 

SLANG #3

“Bed of roses”

[A luxurious situation or an easy life. (This is commonly used in a negative way)]

Click Play to hear how to use “Bed of roses” properly

 

SLANG #4

“Beef about”

[This means that one complains about someone or something]

Click Play to hear how to use “Beef about” properly

 

SLANG #5

“Big mouth”

[A person who talks too much or too loudly; someone who tells secrets]

Click Play to hear how to use “Big mouth” properly

 

SLANG #6

“Beef something up”

[This means to add strength or substance to something]

Click Play to hear how to use “Beef something up” properly

 

SLANG #7

“Beemer”

[A slang term for a BMW]

Click Play to hear how to use “Beemer” properly

 

SLANG #8

“Cut a deal”

[To arrange a deal or to seal a bargain]

Click Play to hear how to use “Cut a deal” properly

 

SLANG #9

“Flip side”

[The “other” side of something, such as an argument]

Click Play to hear how to use “Flip side” properly

 

SLANG #10

“Jack something up”

[This means to raise the price of something]

Click Play to hear how to use “Jack something up” properly

 
 
 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.