We’re wrapping up the ABCs of American slang by viewing the most common words and phrases beginning with letters U-Z.
Srinivas (Sid) Thatham, ISV Ambassador who attends the University of Cincinnati wraps up the alphabet of American slang for us.
|Up||Cheerful||He has been up ever since he met his new girlfriend.|
|Up for grabs||Available||This is a sale. Everything is up for grabs.|
|Veg out||Relax||I want to veg out in front of the television this evening.|
|Vibes||Feelings||He really gives off good vibes.|
|Wad||Bundle of Money||You don’t want to carry a wad like that with you in the big city.|
|Wheels||Car||If you let me borrow your wheels, I’ll go out and buy a pizza.|
|Whiz||Talented Person||He is a whiz at the computer.|
|Wired||Alert||I am really wired after drinking five cups of coffee.|
|Wussy||Weak Person||Don’t be such a wussy all the time. Say what you are thinking.|
|Yukky||Bad||Don’t be such a wussy all the time. Say what you are thinking.|
|Zapped||Exhausted||I am too zapped to go out with you right now.|
|Zip||Nothing||He knew zip about running the company.|
Did you miss the rest of the alphabet? No worries.
Srinivas (Sid) Thatham