DIVVY UP means: Divvy up is British slang for to divide and share out.
DUKE OF KENT means: Duke of Kent is London Cockney rhyming slang for bent. Duke of Kent is London Cockney rhyming slang for rent.
GUY FAWKE means: Guy Fawke is London Cockney rhyming slang for walk.
HACKER means: Originally, a hacker was someone who made furniture with an axe.In computing slang, a hacker is a person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systemsand how to stretch their capabilities, as opposed to most users, who prefer to learn only the minimumnecessary. Also, one who programs enthusiastically (even obsessively) or who enjoys programmingrather than just theorizing about programming.
LOOP−LEGGED means: Loop−legged is British slang for intoxicated.
NICE ONE, CYRIL means: Nice one, Cyril is London Cockney rhyming slang for squirrel.
TAKE means: Take is slang for to cheat, deceive, or victimise.Take is slang for an inhalation from a cannabis cigarette or pipe.
Acting the fool means: Much like "Acting the Maggot". Someone who is acting foolishly and causing problems or annoying others. Heard more often in urban environs.
Leg it means: This is a way of saying run or run for it. Usually said by kids having just been caught doing something naughty. Well it was when I was a kid!
SM means: Senior Moment
Sorted means: When you have fixed a problem and someone asks how it is going you might say "sorted". It's also popular these days to say "get it sorted" when you are telling someone to get on with the job.
rocket means: n arugula.
mota means: Marijuana.
what's up means: A greeting. Synonymous with "What's going on?", "How are you?", etc. Note: alternate pronunciations include "waddup", "whazzup" and "sup".
Ginuls/jinels means: fixed up or conned by someone/something, or, used to describe something that is a con: ” dem phones 4 u deals are a jinels”. Also to “bump”.
Carry a Torch means: To have a crush on someone.
rack means: a hair comb
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