Slang Introduction
 
 
 
 
American English slang introduction

Learn the slang used in American movies, television, and popular music.
American English slang introduction video
 
American English Slang letters A - M

American English Slang - letter A
American English Slang - letter B
American English Slang - letter C
American English Slang - letter D
American English Slang - letter E
American English Slang - letter F
American English Slang - letter G
American English Slang - letter H
American English Slang - letter I
American English Slang - letter J
American English Slang - letter K
American English Slang - letter L
American English Slang - letter M
American English Slang letters N - Z

American English Slang - letter N
American English Slang - letter O
American English Slang - letter P
American English Slang - letter Q
American English Slang - letter R
American English Slang - letter S
American English Slang - letter T
American English Slang - letter U
American English Slang - letter V
American English Slang - letter W
American English Slang - letter X
American English Slang - letter Y
American English Slang - letter Z
 
American English slang definition

Slang is the non-standard use of words in a language and sometimes the creation of new words or importation of words from another language.

Slang terms are often particular to a certain subculture, such as skaters, or musicians.

Slang is used extensively in American TV, movies, music, literature, and in conversations among native English speakers.
 
American English slang example

"hang"

I think that we should "hang" at the beach today.

The meaning of this slang term is to "spend time."

The word "hang" has a completely different meaning in standard English usage.

hang - To fasten from above with no support from below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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