Slang Wreck means

Wreck means: what happens when a horse or horses go crazy; (bad wreck is a wreck in which a person or horse is hurt or killed).

What is the slang definition/meaning of Wreck?

Wreck means: what happens when a horse or horses go crazy; (bad wreck is a wreck in which a person or horse is hurt or killed).

Meaning of Wreck slang

Slang: Wreck means: what happens when a horse or horses go crazy; (bad wreck is a wreck in which a person or horse is hurt or killed).

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Meaning of Wreck

Wreck means: what happens when a horse or horses go crazy; (bad wreck is a wreck in which a person or horse is hurt or killed).

Meaning of WRECK THEM

WRECK THEM means: Wreck them is American slang for scramble the eggs.

Meaning of NERVOUS WRECK

NERVOUS WRECK means: Nervous wreck is London Cockney rhyming slang for cheque.

Meaning of TOTAL WRECK

TOTAL WRECK means: Total wreck is London Cockney rhyming slang for a cheque.

Meaning of ADAM AND EVE ON A RAFT AND WRECK 'EM

ADAM AND EVE ON A RAFT AND WRECK 'EM means: Adam and Eve on a raft and wreck 'em is American slang for scrambled eggs on toast.

Meaning of TRAIN WRECK

TRAIN WRECK means: Train wreck is medical slang for a patient who is badly injured or has a lot of medical problems.

Meaning of WRECK/ WRECK SHOP

WRECK/ WRECK SHOP means: A phrase of approval, or agreement. word is bond is the same but used only for serious agreements in a discussion or situation. (exam. "knowledge, and wisdom of self is empowerment for our community, and we need  to teach young black and Hispanics about themselves and build self esteem in these young warriors so they can be better prepared for the new world around them". "word is bond".

Meaning of WRECK/ WRECK SHOP

WRECK/ WRECK SHOP means: A phrase of approval, or agreement. word is bond is the same but used only for serious agreements in a discussion or situation. (exam. "knowledge, and wisdom of self is empowerment for our community, and we need  to teach young black and Hispanics about themselves and build self esteem in these young warriors so they can be better prepared for the new world around them". "word is bond".

Meaning of Wreck 'em

Wreck 'em means: Scrambled eggs

Meaning of Stack up

Stack up means: To wreck a car (hotrodder)

Meaning of Nervous Wreck

Nervous Wreck means: Cheque

Meaning of Wreck 'em

Wreck 'em means: Scrambled eggs

Meaning of total

total means: to completely destroy, to wreck

Meaning of waste

waste means: To destroy, "She wasted her car when she got in that wreck.".

Meaning of Waveson

Waveson means: Goods floating on surface of sea after a wreck.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of ASK FOR A PIECE OF WIFE

ASK FOR A PIECE OF WIFE means: Ask for a piece of wife is Jamaican slang for to ask a woman for sexual intercourse.

Meaning of BLUBBER HEAD

BLUBBER HEAD means: Blubber head is British slang for a fool.

Meaning of BLUE ANGEL

BLUE ANGEL means: Blue angel is American slang for a capsule or pill of the barbiturate Amytal.

Meaning of Stan

Stan means: Selfie Sunday.

Meaning of LYCYLBB

LYCYLBB means: Love You, See You Later, Bye Bye

Meaning of Tesco

Tesco means: (ed: wasn't sure whether to put this in Seedy Songs or here. This won!) This was not so much a word but a song. It went: Lets all go to Tesco's Where [John's] mum buys his best clothes Nah nah nah nah Nah nah nah nah It was chanted at the kids who came to school in scabby clothing or fake designer goods which were so obviously fake. Not sure if it originated from someone bringing it back to our school or because a big Tesco store was built in the town which started to sell clothes at cheap prices. This went on particuarly when there was all that fuss a few years back with Tesco's stocking Levi's jeans and the people at Levi's not being very happy about it. Didn't matter that they were real Levi jeans - just that you were too cheap to buy them for full price at a proper jeans shop!! It wasn't really just a word either, it was a song. We wouldn't, for example, call "John" a Tesco, the song would just be sung relentlessly at him and he would never ever come to school in that jumper/trousers/shoes/whatever again. By the time we'd gone into 6th Form we were much more mature and never sang such silly things! (ed: yeah right... )

Meaning of jack

jack means: Money. Somebody

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