n. derogatory term for a person (Offensive Slang)

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  • dipshit — [dip′shit΄] n. [Vulgar Slang] a person thought of as being contemptible, weak, stupid, worthless, etc.; jerk * * * dip·shit (dĭpʹshĭt ) Vulgar Slang n. A foolish or contemptible person. adj. Foolish or contemptible. * * * …   Universalium

  • dipshit — [dip′shit΄] n. [Vulgar Slang] a person thought of as being contemptible, weak, stupid, worthless, etc.; jerk …   English World dictionary

  • dipshit — noun a) A stupid or undesirable person. That guy at work is such a dipshit! b) Something unwanted or undesirable. I dont have time for all this dipshit. See Also: dipstick …   Wiktionary

  • dipshit — UK [ˈdɪpˌʃɪt] / US noun [countable] Word forms dipshit : singular dipshit plural dipshits mainly American offensive a stupid or annoying person …   English dictionary

  • dipshit — 1. AND diphead; dipstick n. an oaf; a jerk. (Rude and derogatory. See also dip.) □ Why are you acting like such a dipshit? □ Is there a convention of dipsticks or something here today? □ Look, dipstick, I’m in a hurry. 2. mod …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • dipshit —    ‘Dip’ has long meant a pickpocket in criminal slang, but from the 1920s, in American slang, it took on the new meanings of stupid or eccentric person, the equivalent of ‘jerk’ or ‘nut’. To emphasize the contempt of the speaker for the person… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • dipshit — /ˈdɪpʃɪt/ (say dipshit) noun Colloquial (taboo) a contemptible person. {US (1960s), ? from 1930s slang dip a stupid person + shit} …   Australian English dictionary

  • dipshit — noun Date: 1962 usually vulgar a stupid or incompetent person …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Dipshit — stupid person …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • dipshit — Australian Slang stupid person …   English dialects glossary

  • dipshit — dip|shit [ˈdıpʃıt] n AmE spoken not polite an offensive word for a stupid person …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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