give (someone) a portion

vb
British
to have sex. The vulgarism describes the sex act from the male point of view and has been popularised in the broad-cast media, e.g., by the TV comedy series Hale and Pace in 1996.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • give a damn about something — give a damn (about (someone/something)) to be interested or involved. He sent his son to parochial school because he believes that those schools give a damn. Usage notes: also used with verbs like could and might to mean someone is not concerned… …   New idioms dictionary

  • give a damn about — give a damn (about (someone/something)) to be interested or involved. He sent his son to parochial school because he believes that those schools give a damn. Usage notes: also used with verbs like could and might to mean someone is not concerned… …   New idioms dictionary

  • give a damn — (about (someone/something)) to be interested or involved. He sent his son to parochial school because he believes that those schools give a damn. Usage notes: also used with verbs like could and might to mean someone is not concerned about… …   New idioms dictionary

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  • part — part1 [pärt] n. [ME < OE & OFr, both < L pars (gen. partis) < IE base * per , to sell, hand over in sale, make equal > L par, equal, parare, to equate] 1. a portion or division of a whole; specif., a) any of several equal portions,… …   English World dictionary


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