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Slang Words: Words We Use in Daily Life

Slang words are words that almost everyone has been exposed to and used at some point. If we need to make a brief definition, the meaning of the word slang is the special language that the members of a community (professional group/social class) use by attributing a different meaning to the words among themselves than their normal meanings.

Slang itself does not have any grammatical rules. It is an oral language. It is a derived language from the mother tongue. Slang does not stay as it is, it can change and develop over time. The foundations of Turkish slang, which many of us are familiar with, are based on the old Istanbul’s furnace and tulumbacı circles.

Slang words are used by almost every segment of society. However, each community has its own slang words. Although it seems to be used in the sense of profanity in general, there are also slang words that are used in very different meanings. We can list the types of slang as follows: sexual slang, slang slang, gay slang, immigrant slang, bully slang, driver slang, boarding school slang…


Slang Words We Hear in Daily Life

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  • To lean on: to burden the person in front of you, to try to get on with it
  • Making ablution: scolding the person in front of you
  • Affiliate: Showing off what you have by boasting
  • Spit on Your Mind: Disliking the idea presented
  • Eating alabai: being severely scolded by someone
  • Alert: Withdrawing when faced with a challenge
  • Let me be my mother: slang word used to make the other person believe when one is sure of something.
  • Mother’s pattern: The reaction to a nonsense word that has nothing to do with the topic
  • Mother’s eye: Used for shrewd people in the community.
  • Whirlpool: Obtaining without any effort
  • Aparmak: Stealing/stealing without discerning anyone
  • Broker: The person who stole
  • Pear: It is used for people who are too pure.
  • Clinging to: Clinging to /clinging to the other person
  • Ashna fisne: A secret relationship from people
  • Aval: Pure
  • Advantage: Earnings from your effort
  • Mouth of buttermilk: Stupid
  • Daddy: Acting like a bully during an argument
  • To be an ax: to hold on and haunt what one wants
  • fainting: making a payment
  • Corrupt stealing: Being bored by a situation
  • To be disgraced: to be ashamed of what one has done
  • Showing off: taking on the other side, selling a scam
  • Adhan for one’s soul: to prevail over someone
  • Carta: gas
  • Answer: to die
  • Sizlam: Do n’t disappear
  • Cicoz: None.
  • Polishing: adding joy to existing joy
  • To spin: to do great harm
  • Double stitching: Reading a class twice by repeating the grade
  • To fail : to mess up/fail something
  • Making waves: forgetting without realizing it
  • Dripping: Going somewhere uninvited
  • Dehmak: firing the undesirable
  • Peeking: spying on
  • Discourse: Giving a speech on a topic
  • To be like a berry: to drink too much
  • Whistle: Intellectually deficient / mindless
  • Breaking the rudder: getting away from the environment, going away
  • Helmsman: Untrustworthy , fraudulent person
  • Bread: Failing to do what is supposed to happen for reasons that aren’t right
  • Sucker: Dumb
  • Narrowing: catching someone trying to escape or trying to hide a situation
  • Returning to a watermelon that fell from a donkey: Shaken
  • To take the façade: to embarrass the other person by spoiling
  • Filinta: Handsome person
  • Getting Fit: Getting Even
  • Showing off: showing off
  • Soda tree: Used to indicate the absurdity of a spoken word
  • Getting annoyed: Getting angry with the person who said the word in the face of a behavior or word.
  • Squeaky: Brand new, shiny
  • scurrying around
  • Hijama: Injuring the other person
  • To come out of the blue: to become useless, to become useless
  • vent : brag
  • Air gas: Empty, trivial talk
  • Haybeci: Useless, unemployed, powerless person who lives on someone else
  • Hurt: Stupid
  • Getting Clumsy: Starting to be rude
  • Höyük : An uncouth, ignorant person
  • Missing: not hitting the target
  • Taking his statement: beating the other person
  • Like buttonhole: Used for beautiful women
  • Getting High: Drinking Too Much
  • Tin : Getting angry/cursing
  • Print the pattern: It is used to describe a certain situation.
  • Boiling: making you forget what needs to be done
  • Kicking ass: wanting too much
  • Chopstick: Worthless
  • Madara: Putting the other person in a very bad situation
  • Stepping on Mandepsia: Being Fooled
  • Being sick: getting very drunk and passing out from sleep
  • Schoolboy : A naive person who hasn’t eaten up life
  • to die: to die
  • Read: Sell
  • Swallowing the Fishing Rod: Being Fooled
  • Henna on the dead: Used when abusing a job that is not in good condition
  • Crow: to tell everything / to talk unnecessarily
  • Pantuflacı: Fraud/liar person
  • Kingpin: Giving alcoholic fun
  • To bastard: to mess with one’s face while doing something
  • Piercing the pelt: Being shot/shotgunned
  • Racon hacking: bragging about showing off
  • Milk cow: the naive person who other people constantly take advantage of
  • Saloz: Idiot
  • Throwing the fuse: Getting very angry
  • To shed water: not to keep one’s word
  • Saban: Idiot
  • Attaching: Leaving a debt
  • Tıngır: Money
  • mocking
  • soar: stealthily take
  • Throw three and a half: Too scared
  • cold: person who is naive/ insane
  • Bypassing the varta: getting out of a difficult situation
  • Spread out: get away from the environment
  • Going green: having an eye on someone else’s possessions
  • Execute: Steal
  • Zamkinos: The worthless thing
  • Zarta: Flattening
  • Swallowing the lure: being tricked
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