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10 informal English words for all occasions that are not in the dictionary

They say that it is impossible to consider yourself a language connoisseur until you master his slang. Zen.Yandex suggests learning a dozen great - or at least spectacular - English words that can be used informally in a variety of situations. And you won't find them in the dictionary.

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  • Thingamajig, doofer, whatchamacallit

Most likely, you know the word thing - a thing. Sometimes the slang word stuff is also used. But this is all boring. Because it is:

  • thingamajig
  • doofer
  • whatchamacallit (what you may call it - how is it there).

- I went to the restaurant and ordered the plate with shrimp and the other side ... whatchamacallit.
- I was in a restaurant and ordered a plate of shrimps and how are they ...

- What't this doofer for?
- What is this bullshit for?

  • Argy-bargy

The word can be used both as a verb and as a noun.

It means “quarrel, squabble” or, accordingly, “quarrel, squabble”.

- Don't argy-bargy with such dummies.
- Don't argue with such assholes.

- I couldn't think about you after this argy-bargy.
“I couldn't think of you after this quarrel.

  • Knes-up

Your knees are higher because the party starts! Unlike party, this word means some very informal party.

- It was the best knees-up I've ever been invited to.
- It was the best party I have ever been invited to.

  • Skive

Suck, shirk, juggle, pretend to be a hose, skip - whatever you want.

- After that knees-up I had such a beastly hangover, so I decided to skive work.
- After that party I had such a wild hangover that I decided to skip work.

  • Tosh, baloney, taradiddle, twaddle

This word is called either a lie, a lie. Or so they say when someone is full of nonsense, heresy, nonsense.

- Stop the baloney, Leslie.
“Stop talking nonsense, Leslie.

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