SCRUNGE


SCRUNGE
гадость, грязь - чаще в прямом смысле.

Scrungy — грязь в прямом и переносном смыслах. Life is scrungy.


American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.

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  • scrunge — [skrand3] n. nastiness; gunk. □ What is this scrunge on my shoe? □ When you find some scrunge on your shoe or something, never try to find out what it is. Just wipe it off …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • scrunge — North Country (Newcastle) Words to crowd, to squeeze …   English dialects glossary

  • Scrunge — To crumple or twist with one s fingers. My dog likes his ears scrunged. The newspaper is all scrunged up …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Scrunge — To crumple or twist with one s fingers. My dog likes his ears scrunged. The newspaper is all scrunged up …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Faceache — was a comic strip in, originally, the UK comic Jet , first appearing in issue 1, dated 1 May 1971.Drawn by Ken Reid, Ricky Rubberneck was a boy with a bendable bonce (head), his skin like stretch rubber. At will, he could scrunch his face into… …   Wikipedia

  • scrounge — verb (scrounged; scrounging) Etymology: alteration of English dialect scrunge to wander about idly Date: circa 1909 transitive verb 1. steal, swipe 2. a. to get as needed by or as if by foraging, scavenging, or borrowing < scrounging enough money …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Tiddlywinks — is an indoor game played with sets of small discs called winks lying on a surface, usually a flat mat. Players use a larger disc called a squidger to pop a wink into flight by pressing down on one side of the wink. The objective of the game is to …   Wikipedia

  • Welcome to Violence — Infobox Album Name = Welcome to Violence Type = compilation Artist = Buzzov*en Released = April 26 2005 Recorded = 1992 November 8 1993 Genre = Sludge metal Length = 78:09 Label = Alternative Tentacles Producer = Reviews = *AllmusicRating|3|5… …   Wikipedia

  • scrounge — scrounge1 [skraundʒ] v [I and T] informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: scrunge to steal (1900 2000)] to get money or something you want by asking other people for it rather than by paying for it yourself scrounge for ▪ a group of children scrounging …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scrounge — to acquire by irregular means, 1915, alteration of dialectal scrunge to search stealthily, rummage, pilfer (1909), of uncertain origin, perhaps from dial. scringe to pry about. Popularized by the military in World War I. Perhaps related to… …   Etymology dictionary

  • scrounge — informal verb seek to obtain (something) at the expense of others or by stealth. ↘(often scrounge something up) N. Amer. search for or obtain by searching. noun an act or the action of scrounging. Derivatives scrounger noun Origin early 20th cent …   English new terms dictionary