Slang - Letter D
 
 
 
 
American English Slang - Letter D

In this lesson you will learn American English slang beginning with the letter D. You will learn the definition and study the usage of each slang.
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Slang Definition Usage
damage cost Lets get the bill and find out the damage.
dead quiet This disco is really dead tonight.
deck hit His wife wanted to deck him for coming home drunk again.
deep pockets a good source of money Her boyfriend has deep pockets.
dicey risky Investing in the stock market can be dicey.
dinosaur old and outdated This computer is really a dinosaur.
dirt awful person Her ex-boyfriend was dirt.
dirtbag awful person Her ex-boyfriend was a dirtbag.
dirty pornographic That is really a dirty magazine.
ditch leave I'll ditch my younger brother with my grandmother.
dope stupid person He is such a dope.
dope drug There are a lot of dope dealers around here.
dork strange person He is such a dork.
dorky strangely You cannot get a girlfriend if you act dorky.
dough money I need some dough before I can go Christmas shopping.
down drink Let's go to a bar and down a few beers.
drag boring Doing homework on the weekend is a drag.
dude guy Your friend is a really nice dude.
dynamite great This drink is really dynamite.
Video: Slang - Dirtbag (slang, listening, reading)
American English Slang Challenge - Letter D

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