Give the arse


Give the arse
reject or rebuff (someone); dismiss from employment

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • give the arse — Australian Slang reject or rebuff (someone); dismiss from employment …   English dialects glossary

  • give (someone) the arse/boot/heave-ho/ elbow — vb Australian to get rid of, jilt or dismiss someone; variations of give the wellie …   Contemporary slang

  • Give the flick — get rid of smb. or smth. (rhyming slang flick pass = arse) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • give the flick — Australian Slang get rid of smb. or smth. (rhyming slang flick pass = arse) …   English dialects glossary

  • (a) kick up the arse — British & Australian, very informal if you give someone a kick up the backside, you do or say something to try to stop them being lazy. He does nothing but watch TV all day. His mother should give him a kick up the backside. The threat of losing… …   New idioms dictionary

  • The Museum of Curiosity — John Lloyd and Bill Bailey hosting an episode from the first series of The Museum of Curiosity. Other names The Professor of Curiosity (unbroadcast pilot) Genre Panel game …   Wikipedia

  • arse — /as / (say ahs) Colloquial (taboo) –noun 1. the rump; bottom; buttocks; posterior. 2. a. the bottom, base or tail end of something. b. the seat of a pair of pants. 3. a. a despised person. b. a fool. 4. impudence: what arse! 5. one s body or …   Australian English dictionary

  • arse — I. n 1. British the backside, buttocks, anus. This word is not, strictly speaking, slang, but an ancient term (aers in Anglo Saxon, descended from Germanic nouns related to an Indo European ancestor meaning tail ) which, since the 17th cen tury,… …   Contemporary slang

  • The Mint (game show) — Infobox British television show name = The Mint caption = The Mint logo format = Phone in Quiz show runtime = Various starring = Several presenters network = ITV, ITV2 country = United Kingdom first aired = 1 April, 2006 last aired = 15 February …   Wikipedia

  • give him a toe in the hole — Everyday English Slang in Ireland v kick in the arse …   English dialects glossary


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