ratshit

adj
Australian
worthless, inferior, utterly disappoint-ing. The word (pronounced like 'ratchet') usually expresses bitter disap-proval or disillusion.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • ratshit — /ˈrætʃɪt/ (say ratshit) adjective Colloquial (taboo) 1. useless; broken. 2. depressed or unwell. 3. no good: that exam was ratshit. Also, RS …   Australian English dictionary

  • Ratshit — 1. lousy (rat shit); 2. useless; broken; 3. depressed or unwell; 4. no good: That exam was ratshit …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • ratshit — Australian Slang 1. lousy (rat shit); 2. useless; broken; 3. depressed or unwell; 4. no good: That exam was ratshit …   English dialects glossary

  • ratshit — Noun. Nonsense, rubbish. E.g. In my opinion it all went to ratshit when we sold our star player …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • ratshit — 1. noun Rat excrement. 2. adjective Broken, damaged, exhausted, unwell etc …   Wiktionary

  • RS — 1. lousy (rat shit); 2. useless; broken; 3. depressed or unwell; 4. no good: That exam was ratshit …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • rs — Australian Slang 1. lousy (rat shit); 2. useless; broken; 3. depressed or unwell; 4. no good: That exam was ratshit …   English dialects glossary

  • rat-arsed — adj drunk. The terms rat arsed, rat faced and the milder ratted enjoyed a vogue among adolescents and young adults (particularly those from middle and upper class backgrounds) from the mid 1980s. Terms employing rat as a prefix evoking disgust… …   Contemporary slang

  • RS — /ar ˈɛs/ (say ahr es) adjective Colloquial → ratshit. {abbreviation for r(at)s(hit)} …   Australian English dictionary

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