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arse British & World English

British spelling of ass.

arse about/around in arse British & World English

Behave in a stupid way; waste time

talk through one's hat British & World English

Talk foolishly, wildly, or ignorantly

lick someone's boots British & World English

Be excessively obsequious towards someone

my arse! British & World English

Used to convey that one does not believe something that has just been said

lard-arse British & World English

A fat person, especially one with large buttocks

arse bandit British & World English

A male homosexual

short-arse British & World English

A person of small stature

duck's arse British & World English

A man’s hairstyle, associated especially with the 1950s, in which the hair is slicked back on both sides and tapered at the nape

tight-arse British & World English

A person who spends as little money as possible; a miser

smart-arse British & World English

A person who is irritating because they behave as if they know everything

arse-kissing British & World English

Another term for arse-licking.

arse-licking British & World English

The action or practice of behaving obsequiously in order to gain favour

arse over tit British & World English

So as to fall over in a sudden or dramatic way

up your arse! British & World English

Used to express contempt for someone or something

my arse! in arse British & World English

Used to convey that one does not believe something that has just been said

arse about face British & World English

Contrary to what is usual, expected, or logical

sit on one's arse British & World English

Do nothing; fail to take action

kiss someone's arse British & World English

Behave obsequiously towards someone

arse over tit in arse British & World English

So as to fall over in a sudden or dramatic way

up your arse! in arse British & World English

Used to express contempt for someone or something

lick someone's boots in lick British & World English

Be excessively obsequious towards someone

kiss someone's arse in kiss British & World English

Behave obsequiously towards someone

arse about face in arse British & World English

Contrary to what is usual, expected, or logical

sit on one's arse in sit British & World English

Do nothing; fail to take action

not know one's arse from one's elbow British & World English

Be totally ignorant or incompetent

talk through one's hat in talk British & World English

Talk foolishly, wildly, or ignorantly

arse something up in arse British & World English

Make a botched attempt at something

pain in the neck in pain British & World English

An annoying or tedious person or thing