British vulgar slang
Synonyms of piss in English:
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pass water, go to the loo, go to the toilet, go to the lavatory, relieve oneself;
wet one's bed/pants, wet oneself;
cock/lift its leg
informal go, do it, spend a penny, have/take a leak, shake hands with an old friend, answer the call of nature, pee, pee oneself, pee one's pants, piddle, have a piddle, widdle, have a widdle, tinkle, have a tinkle
North American informal whizz, take a whizz
vulgar slang have a piss
- 1 his girlfriend seems to be with him just to piss off her parentsannoy, aggravate, irritate, exasperate, anger, irk, vex, put out, nettle, provoke, incense, rile, infuriate, antagonize, get on someone's nerves, rub up the wrong way, make someone's blood boil, ruffle someone's feathers, ruffle, try someone's patience, make someone's hackles rise;informal peeve, needle, make someone see red, get someone's back up, get someone's goat, get under someone's skin, get up someone's nose, bug, get someone, miff, hack offBritish informal wind up, get at, nark, get across, get on someone's wickNorth American informal tick off, bum outNew Zealand informal rark
- 2 why don't we all piss off overseas now piss off—I 'm tiredgo, go your way, get going, get moving, move off, be off, set off, set out, start out, make a start, take your leave, decamp, duck out, take wing, walk out, walk off, absent yourself;be off with you!, shoo!informal hit the road, fly, skedaddle, split, vamoose, scat, make yourself scarce, be on one's way, run along, beat it, get, get lost, push off, shove off, buzz off, clear off, skip off, pop off, go (and) jump in the lakeon your bike!, go and chase yourself!British informal get along, push along, get stuffed, sling your hook, hop it, hop the twig/stick, bog off, naff offNorth American informal bug off, light out, haul off, haul ass, take a powder, hit the trail, take a hikeAustralian informal nick offAustralian/New Zealand informal rack offBritish vulgar slang sod offliterary begone, avaunt
- we've all got pissed off at someone at least once in our lifetimedissatisfied, discontented, aggrieved, resentful, fed up, displeased, disgruntled, unhappy, disappointed, disaffected, malcontent;angry, irate, annoyed, cross, exasperated, indignant, vexed, irritated, piqued, irked, put out, out of temper;sulky, sullen, petulant, peevish, grumpy, churlish, testyWest Indian informal vexNorth American vulgar slang pissedarchaic snuffy
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