- piss something away
- v. squander; fritter away; waste
English slang. 2015.
English slang. 2015.
piss something away — tv. to waste all of something, such as time or money. (Usu lly objectionable.) □ He pissed away the best possible chances … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
piss something away — waste something, esp. money or time … Useful english dictionary
piss away — transitive verb slang : to let flow as if of no account : fritter away enough money to piss away from now until the day I die Millard Lampell * * * ˌpiss a ˈway [he/she/it pisses away … Useful english dictionary
piss — 1 verb 1 (I) informal an impolite word meaning to urinate 2 piss all over sb spoken an impolite expression meaning to thoroughly defeat a person or a team 3 piss in the wind spoken an impolite expression meaning to waste time or effort trying to… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
piss — piss1 [pıs] v [i]spoken not polite [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: pissier, from Vulgar Latin pissiare] 1.) to ↑urinate 2.) piss in the wind to waste time or effort trying to do something that is impossible 3.) it is piss … Dictionary of contemporary English
piss — /pɪs / (say pis) Colloquial (taboo) –verb (i) 1. to urinate. –noun 2. urine. 3. an act of passing water; urination. 4. a. any alcoholic drink, especially a weak one. b. beer. –phrase 5. all piss and wind (or piss n wind) …
piss — vulgar slang verb urinate. ↘discharge (something, especially blood) when urinating. noun urine. ↘an act of urinating. Phrases be (or go) on the piss Brit. be engaged in (or go on) a heavy drinking session. a piece of piss Brit. a very easy thing… … English new terms dictionary
piss off — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone or something pisses you off, they annoy you. [INFORMAL, RUDE] [V n P] It pisses me off when they start moaning about going to war. Derived words: pissed off ADJ GRADED I was really pissed off. 2) PHRASAL VERB: V P If… … English dictionary
piss off — 1. exclam. go away; drop dead (used to reject something or as a retort) 2. exclam. go away; get out of my sight … English slang
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