NTC’s Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions
Richard A. Spears, Ph.D.
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About This Dictionary Terms and Symbols Pronunciation Guide Dictionary Phrase-Finder Index
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About This Dictionary
The third edition of this dictionarycontains more than 800 new expressions. These comprise the expressions that have appeared in the last few years—including many new expressions used in everyday talk on the streets and the college campus. The “Phrase-Finder Index” has been completely revised to make finding the location of new phrasal entries in the dictionary easier. What do we expect of slang in the year 2000 and beyond? Much...
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