Definition of slammer in English:

slammer

Syllabification: slam·mer
Pronunciation: /ˈslamər
 
/

noun

1 (usually the slammer) informal Prison.
More example sentences
  • Not even Judge Whitten, we hope, would throw a 6-year-old girl in the slammer for writing a book report.
  • Community service was firmly out of the question, and he was sent to the slammer for 10 years, eventually being transferred to Alcatraz.
  • The guy broke out of the slammer and shot her at point blank range.
2chiefly North American A person who deliberately collides with others when slam-dancing.
More example sentences
  • The slammers and hip-hoppers doubtless would find this collection hopelessly literary.
  • They rate the slammers on performance, content and overall vibe.

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