Slang Bat and Wicket means

Bat and Wicket means: Ticket. I've got a bat for tonight's train.

What is the slang definition/meaning of Bat and Wicket?

Bat and Wicket means: Ticket. I've got a bat for tonight's train.

Meaning of Bat and Wicket slang

Slang: Bat and Wicket means: Ticket. I've got a bat for tonight's train.

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Meaning of BAT AND WICKET

BAT AND WICKET means: Bat and wicket is London Cockney rhyming slang for ticket.

Meaning of LEG BEFORE WICKET

LEG BEFORE WICKET means: Leg before wicket is London Cockney rhyming slang for a major mistake (ricket) Leg before wicket is London Cockney rhyming slang for ticket.

Meaning of sticky wicket

sticky wicket means: Noun. A difficult situation. Cf. 'Bat on a sticky wicket'.

Meaning of Bat And Wicket

Bat And Wicket means: Ticket

Meaning of Sticky Wicket

Sticky Wicket means: Naked

Meaning of Bat and Wicket

Bat and Wicket means: Ticket. I've got a bat for tonight's train.

Meaning of not batting on a full wicket

not batting on a full wicket means: Phrs. Eccentric, insane, odd.

Meaning of bat on a sticky wicket

bat on a sticky wicket means: Vrb phrs. To put oneself in a difficult and unfavourable position.

Meaning of Wicket

Wicket means: A place of shelter, or camp made of the boughs of trees.

Meaning of Wicked (pronounced wicket)

Wicked (pronounced wicket) means: 'Cool' as 'That Boston concert was wicked.' 'Real' as 'It's wicked cold out today.'Term was used a lot in Ma and RI in the mid to late 70's

Meaning of STICKY DOG

STICKY DOG means: Sticky dog is cricket slang for a sticky wicket.

Meaning of DROP

DROP means: Drop is slang for an illicit or covert delivery.Drop is slang for a place where illicit or covert deliveries take place.Drop is slang for take an illicit drug orally.Drop is slang for to knock a person down.Drop is slang for to give birth.Drop is American slang for to give or tell.Drop is Australian cricket slang for a fall of the wicket.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of FRESHER

FRESHER means: Fresher is slang for a first year undergraduate.

Meaning of LINCOLN'S INN

LINCOLN'S INN means: Lincoln's Inn is London Cockney rhyming slang for hand (fin). Lincoln's Inn is London Cockney rhyming slang for five pounds (finn). Lincoln's Inn was th century London Cockney rhyming slang for gin.

Meaning of SECOND STOREY WORK

SECOND STOREY WORK means: Second storey work is American slang for gaining illegal entry into a private home.

Meaning of dicksplat

dicksplat means: Noun. A despicable person. Cf. 'dicksplash'.

Meaning of RNY

RNY means: it means rainy

Meaning of dumbfuck, dumfuk, dum-fuck

dumbfuck, dumfuk, dum-fuck means: n. Person considered by peers to be unintelligent, stupid.

Meaning of PEEPS

PEEPS means:  short for peoples. used to describe a persons best friends, crew, or gang.

Meaning of What in the blazes…

What in the blazes… means: This expression was used to express shock or surprise.

Meaning of DOGHOUSE

DOGHOUSE means: Caboose or its cupola

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Meaning of CYESHUOH

Meaning of NIICHUOGY

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