American Slang Words

American Slang Words: 25+ Popular American Slang Words

American Slang Words!!! This lesson shows and explains commonly used American slang words can be a very useful resource for English Learners.

American Slang Words

This is the everyday language from real-life in the U.S. The language that you’re not taught in the ESL class.

Below are some essential slang words for English Learners.

Slang Words -> Meaning

1. Dude -> Guy

2. Ride -> Car

3. Jacked -> Shoes

4. Keep it real -> Be yourself

5. Money -> High quality

6. My bad -> My mistake

7. Off the chain -> Very cool

8. Props -> Proper respect

9. Sick -> Cool (Teen Slang)

10. Creeper -> A weird person

11. Swag -> Style

12. Tool -> A stupid person

13. Bro -> Friend

14. Uber -> The ultimate

15. Hot -> Attractive

16. Boo -> Boyfriend or girlfriend

17. Badass -> Ultra-cool person

18. Awesome -> Exciting

19. Nada -> Nothing

20. On fleek -> Attractive or fashionable

21. Hitched -> Two people have married

22. Bombed -> Completely fail something

23. Cool -> Great, fantastic

24. Fly -> Really young and hip

25. Bestie -> Best friends

26. Asap -> As soon as possible (texting abbreviations)

27. Bail -> Leaving in a hurry

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Wonderful Page….Thanks .

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where may I find the examples of them ?

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jack3
/dʒak/
Learn to pronounce
verbINFORMAL•NORTH AMERICAN
past tense: jacked; past participle: jacked
jack mean take (something) illicitly; steal. jacked car mean the stolen car
“what’s wrong is to jack somebody’s lyrics and not acknowledge the fact”
rob (someone).
“they told police they’d been prowling the streets looking to jack someone”