What is the slang term for alcohol?

Alcohol slang terms include juice, sauce, hooch, vino, and liquid courage. Risk factors for alcoholism include genetics, underage drinking, expectations, and motivations for drinking.

What’s another word for drinking alcohol?

What is another word for drinking?

tippling boozing
carousing toping
lushing wassailing
drinking alcohol going drinking
taking alcohol having a few

What are two slang names for alcohol?

alcohol

  • aqua vitae,
  • ardent spirits,
  • booze,
  • bottle,
  • drink,
  • firewater,
  • grog,
  • hooch.

What is a British drunk called?

Pissed / Pished

However it is probably the most commonly used word in the UK to describe being drunk.

What is slang for beer?

Tinnie and Amber Nectar

Tinnie was first used in the 1970s and referred to as canned beer. Amber nectar originated from the U.S. in the 19th century. Amber nectar can refer to lager. At first, any colored drink was amber nectar.

What do they call alcohol in Australia?

Plonk, chardy and the goon of fortune

Plonk is perhaps Australia’s best-known word for alcohol.

What is Aussie slang for beer?

Grog is a general term for beer and spirits (but not wine). Australians enjoy having a few beers or a bevvie (short for beverage), a frostie, a coldie or a couple of cold ones. Beer is also known as liquid amber, amber nectar or liquid gold.

What is Australian slang for drunk?

Munted (mun-ted) / Drunk.

What is Australian slang for girl?

Aussie Slang Words For Women:

Sheila. Chick. Woman. Lady.

What do Australians call thongs?

flip-flops

In the USA a thong is a piece of underwear. In Australia, it’s what they call flip-flops. Sometimes they also call them “double-pluggers”.

What do Aussies call kangaroos?

roo

Many people recognize phrases like “shrimp on the barbie” (which isn’t actually said in Australia), and “roo” (for kangaroo), but there are many more phrases that you’d hear during a trip or English course in Australia.

What does bum mean in Australia?

‘Bum’ meaning

Butt, ass, someones behind. Also commonly refers to a homeless person.

What does filthy mean in Australia?

This means that everything is fantastic. I was filthy. I was really angry/upset/disappointed.

What does Jack and dog mean Australia?

Jack or Jacks. English/Australian slang term short for jackboots. The term can be used to describe a police officer, informant or an unreliable person.

What does it mean if someone calls UA dog?

countable noun. If someone calls a woman or girl a dog, they mean that she is unattractive. [informal, offensive, disapproval]

What does doggies mean in Australian?

Unlike similar diminutives in international English, for example ‘birdie’ or ‘doggie’, the ‘-ie’ suffix in Australian English serves as a marker of informality – providing speakers with a shared code of familiarity and solidarity.

What is a dog in slang?

informal a man or boy regarded as unpleasant, contemptible, or wretched. US informal a male friend: used as a term of address. slang an unattractive or boring girl or woman. US and Canadian informal something unsatisfactory or inferior. short for firedog.

What does G mean in slang?

‘G’ is slang, widely used in texts and conversations, with different meanings. It is used to: identify one’s close friend or pal, e.g., “Hey g! What’s up?”, connote a gram of illegal drugs like cocaine, e.g., “Can I have a g?”, or as a code for money ($1000), e.g., “Could you lend me a g, please?

What does cat mean slang?

In urban slang, cat refers to someone that’s a crackhead.