arsehole

arsehole
noun (C) BrE
1 spoken an impolite word for a stupid and annoying person; asshole AmE
2 an impolite word for the anus

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • arsehole — arse hole ([aum]rs h[=o]l ), n. 1. execretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal. Syn: anus, arse, asshole [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • arsehole — (n.) c.1400, arce hoole; see ARSE (Cf. arse) + HOLE (Cf. hole) (n.). In Old English, Latin anus was glossed with earsðerl …   Etymology dictionary

  • arsehole — /ˈashoʊl/ (say ahshohl) Colloquial (taboo) –noun 1. the anus. 2. a. a despised person. b. a despised place: this town is the arsehole of the universe. –verb (t) 3. to remove (a person) from a place quickly and without ceremony; to throw (someone) …  

  • arsehole — noun a) The anus. The moment I sat on the toilet, my crap immediately came out of my arsehole. b) An inconsiderate or mean spirited person. Less vulgar and intense than fucker. Shut up, you big dummy! Hey! Dont call me big dummy, you arsehole! …   Wiktionary

  • arsehole — I. n British 1. the anus. Asshole in American English. 2. the arsehole of the universe / earth / world an extremely unpleasant place, especially one that is dirty, smelly and hot, but now by extension anywhere awful. The phrase was probably… …   Contemporary slang

  • arsehole — UK [ˈɑː(r)sˌhəʊl] / US [ˈɑrsˌhoʊl] noun [countable] Word forms arsehole : singular arsehole plural arseholes British offensive 1) an impolite word for an annoying or stupid person 2) an impolite word for the anus …   English dictionary

  • arsehole — [[t]ɑ͟ː(r)shoʊl[/t]] arseholes N COUNT (disapproval) If one person calls another person an arsehole, they think that person is extremely stupid or has behaved in a stupid way. [BRIT, VERY RUDE] (in AM, use asshole) …   English dictionary

  • arsehole to breakfast time — adj, adv British 1. completely disorganised, at sixes and sevens . A picturesque, if fundamentally meaningless expression sometimes heard in Britain, especially in the north of England. ► It s no good, it s all arsehole to breakfast time in that… …   Contemporary slang

  • Arsehole — 1) anus; 2) despised person, especially a male; person who is selfish, rude, unkind, etc.; 3) remove a person from a place quickly and without ceremony; throw someone out; 4) dismiss; sack …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • arsehole — Australian Slang 1. anus; 2. despised person, especially a male; person who is selfish, rude, unkind, etc.; 3. remove a person from a place quickly and without ceremony; throw someone out; 4. dismiss; sack …   English dialects glossary

  • arsehole — arse|hole [ˈa:shəul US ˈa:rshoul] n BrE spoken not polite 1.) a stupid and annoying person. Do not use this word. 2.) someone s ↑anus …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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