American Slang - Randomly Chosen
Slang is informal, often entertaining, language

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  1. The players are really psyched up for the game on Friday.

  2. A lucky break helped him get the job.

  3. The raw office workers were not getting much done.

  4. Watch out for the narks in the airport.

  5. If you let me borrow your wheels, I'll go out and buy a pizza.

  6. I am not going to work for peanuts.

  7. Your idea is really red hot.

  8. You're too old to be a party animal.

  9. Do you know where the action is in this town?

  10. He made megabucks when he sold his company.

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