sling off

vb
Australian
to denigrate, criticise

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • sling off — ˌsling ˈoff [intransitive] [he/she/it slings off present participle slinging off past tense slung off past participle slung off …   Useful english dictionary

  • sling off at — (Aust and NZ informal) To jeer at • • • Main Entry: ↑sling …   Useful english dictionary

  • sling off — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms sling off : he/she/it slings off present participle slinging off past tense slung off past participle slung off Australian informal to blame or criticize someone in an unpleasant, unkind way …   English dictionary

  • sling off — Austral./NZ informal make mocking remarks about someone or something. → sling …   English new terms dictionary

  • Sling off at — speak disparagingly of (someone): He slings off at his teachers …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • sling off at — Australian Slang speak disparagingly of (someone): He slings off at his teachers …   English dialects glossary

  • sling off at somebody — ˌsling ˈoff at sb derived (AustralE, NZE, informal) to laugh at sb in an unkind way Main entry: ↑slingderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • sling — ► NOUN 1) a flexible strap, bandage, pouch, etc. used in the form of a loop to support or raise a hanging weight. 2) a simple weapon in the form of a strap or loop, used to hurl stones or other small missiles. 3) Austral./NZ informal a bribe or… …   English terms dictionary

  • sling — I. /slɪŋ / (say sling) noun 1. an instrument for hurling stones, etc., by hand, consisting of a strap or piece for holding the missile, with two strings attached, the ends of which are held in the hand (or attached to a staff), the whole being… …   Australian English dictionary

  • sling — I UK [slɪŋ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms sling : present tense I/you/we/they sling he/she/it slings present participle slinging past tense slung UK [slʌŋ] / US past participle slung 1) to throw something somewhere with force or in a careless …   English dictionary


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