Commonly-Used American Slang - Page 2

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bent
It's OK. Don't get so bent.

bent out of shape
Don't get so bent out of shape.

big gun
The president brought two big guns to the meeting.

big mouth
Shut up! You really have a big mouth.

big stink
The citizens made a big stink about the new nuclear power station.

blade
He carried a ten inch blade with him.

blimp
I always seem to have a blimp sitting next to me when I travel.

blow
I'm going to blow out of here now.

blow
He blew all his money gambling.

blow a fuse
Hey, don't blow a fuse.

blow one's cool
Calm down. Don't blow your cool.

blown away
I was blown away by his donation of a million dollars.

bomb
The movie was a bomb.

bombed
The driver of the car was bombed.

bonkers
I think I am going bonkers.
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