Spanish Nicaragua

vamos sobre

Slang USED Frequently BY Young people

(we go about) • It means you agree to do something. It is used for very informal situations (slang) and often with people who are close to you.

"¿Vamos a comprar las cervezas entre todos?" "Sí, vamos sobre."

"Are we all putting money to buy the beers?" "Yes, we go about."

Confirmed by 3 people



Welsh Wales

dim ffiars o beryg

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Some People

(no fear of danger) • Used to say that you’re unlikely to do something.

"Doedd dim ffiars o beryg i mi fynd yn ôl."

"There was no fear of danger to me of going back"

German | Swiss German Switzerland


Slang USED On Occasion BY Some People

to say sorry or excuse me in a joking and informal way

"Äxgüsi, könnten sie miar helfa?"

"Excuse me, could you help me?"

German Switzerland


Word USED On Occasion BY Most People

(n.) • A "bünzli" is a person who follows rules at all times and wants others to follow them, too. It's usually also associated with people of higher socioeconomic status or older people. It has a partial overlap in meaning with the English slang term "Karen" in that a "bünzli" will also talk to a manager (or some kind of higher official) if something isn't done their way.

"Mi nochber isch sone bünzli. Är het gest dr polizei aglüte weil mr am 22:30 ufem balkon musik glost hän."

"My neighbor is such a bünzli. He called the police yesterday because we were listening to music on our balcony at 10:30pm."

German | Swiss German Switzerland

Hopp de Bäse

Idiom USED Frequently BY Some People

Used to tell someone to hurry up.

"Jetzt aber hopp de Bäse!"

"And now hurry up!"

German | Swiss German Bern, Switzerland


Slang USED Frequently BY Young people

(n.) • This word meaning "kiss" is used at the of a message, for example in a WhatsApp chat instead of “bye".

"Müntschi und bis bald"

"Kiss and see you soon"

Spanish Argentina

estar al pedo

Expression USED Frequently BY Young People

(be to the fart) • Used when you're free or not doing anything important.

"¿Estás ocupada mañana?" "No, estoy al pedo todo el día."

"Are you busy tomorrow?" "No, I'm to the fart all day."

Confirmed by 10 people


Welsh Wales

paid â chodi pais ar ôl piso

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Some People

(don’t raise your petticoat after pissing) • Don’t spend time worrying about something that cannot be changed.

"Dylet ti wedi dod â siorts neu paid â chodi pais ar ôl piso."

"You should have come with shorts but don’t raise your petticoat after pissing."


Dutch Netherlands

boven water

Expression USED Frequently BY Most People

(above water) • Something that was lost or hidden that has now been found again.

"Zijn de belastingpapieren al weer boven water?"

"Are the tax papers above water again?"

Confirmed by 4 people


Dutch Netherlands

plat gaan

Expression USED On Rare Occasion BY Some People

(to go flat) • It means "to sleep"

"Ik ga moet nog wel eventjes plat."

"I have to go flat for a minute."

Confirmed by 2 people



Dutch Netherlands


Interjection USED On Occasion BY Some People

Used as an alternative to the simple "doei" as a way to say goodbye.

"Tot later, doedoei!"

"See you later, doedoei!"

Confirmed by 6 people




Dutch Netherlands


Interjection USED Frequently BY Some People

(interj.) • Used as a way to say goodbye. Can be followed by "doei" (the more standard way of saying goodbye) but can also be used by itself.

"Ik zie je morgen weer, joe!"

"I'll see you tomorrow, joe!"

Confirmed by 4 people

Dutch Netherlands

gekke Henkie

Name USED On Occasion BY Some People

(n.) • (crazy Henkie) • Someone who has no clue what is going on or that he is being fooled. Used by men and women alike, often to indicate they aren't about to be fooled by something. Henk is a common but slightly old-fashioned men's name. 'Henkie' is an informal diminutive form of that.

"€20 voor een mondkapje? Daar trap ik niet in. Ik ben gekke Henkie niet!"

"€20 for a mask? I am not stepping into that. I am not crazy Henkie!"

Confirmed by 4 people




Scots Scotland

tae greet

Word USED On Occasion BY Most People

(v.) • Meaning 'to cry'

"Shut yer weesht an stop yer greetin ye eejit!"

"Shut up and stop crying, you idiot"

Confirmed by 4 people


Italian Italy

In culo alla balena!

Expression USED Frequently BY Some People

(In the whale's ass!) • This is a way to wish someone good luck. Pay close attention to what you're expected to answer.

"In culo alla balena per domani!" "Speriamo che non caghi!"

"In the whale's ass for tomorrow!" "Let's hope it doesn't shit!"


Dutch Netherlands


Name USED On Occasion BY Some People

Comes from "crea", short for "creatief"(creative) and "Bea", a female given name. It is used for someone, especially a woman, who is creative, especially when it comes to (hand)crafting things and DIY. Can be used as a noun and adjective.

"Wat heb je dat leuk gemaakt!" "Je kent me, ik ben altijd al een creabea geweest."

"I love what you've made!" "You know me, I've always been a creabea."

Confirmed by 3 people

English Greendale, United States

streets ahead

Reference USED On Occasion BY people at Greendale Community College

If you have to ask, you're streets behind.

Pierce: "Abed, your social skills aren't exactly streets ahead."

Confirmed by 8 people


Dutch Netherlands


Word USED Very frequently BY people living in 2020

(n.) • (otherhalfmetersociety) • Name for the society where people try to maintain "anderhalve meter" (1.5 meter) distance from each other in public spaces in order to avoid spreading COVID-19.

"In deze anderhalvemetermaatschappij is het sociale leven toch wel erg verandert."

"In this otherhalfmetersociety social life has changed a lot"

Confirmed by 5 people

English United States


Word USED Very frequently BY Some People

(n.) • Word used for people who refuse to wear a mask during the corona crisis.

"Anti-maskers are not welcome in this establishment."

Confirmed by 17 people

Dutch Netherlands

het wel kunnen schudden

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(to be able to shake it) • This means you can forget about something.

"We moeten vanavond wel winnen, anders kunnen we het kampioenschap wel schudden."

"We have to win tonight, otherwise we can shake the championship."

Confirmed by 4 people