- adjBritishdrunk. An item of student slang in use in London and elsewhere since around 2000.
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bollocksed — Adj. 1. Worn out, ruined, tired. 2. Very intoxicated … English slang and colloquialisms
Bollocks — Bollox redirects here. For the board game, see Bōku (game). Bollocks /ˈbɒləks/ is a word of Anglo Saxon origin, meaning testicles . The word is often used figuratively in British English, as a noun to mean nonsense , an expletive following a… … Wikipedia
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bollocks — 1. noun a) The testicles (sometimes used in the singular) Thats a load of bollocks, mate! (note: variation on spelling in parts of Northern Ireland are ballicks and ballix) b) Nonsense or information deliberately intended to mislead. Dont mind… … Wiktionary
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locked — adj drunk. The term was recorded in Ireland in this sense in 1970 and was in use among London clubbers in 2002. It may be a short form of bollocksed or air locked … Contemporary slang
bollocks — /ˈbɒləks/ (say boluhks) Colloquial –plural noun 1. testicles; balls. 2. (construed as singular) rubbish; nonsense. –verb (t) (bollocksed, bollocksing) Also, bollocks up. 3. to bungle. –interjection 4. (a contemptuous exclamation indicating… … Australian English dictionary