sleazo
adjective Date: 1972 slang sleazy

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  • sleazo — AND sleazoid [“slizo AND “slizoid] mod. low; disreputable; sleazy. □ Let’s get out of this sleazo joint. □ This place is really sleazo. □ Who wants a sleazoid car with no backseat? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • sleazo — n a sleazy person; a disreputable, immoral or otherwise repellent individ ual. These Americanisms are now heard elsewhere. ► There were a bunch of sleazo bars on or near the Sunset Strip. (www.badmags.com, June 2005) …   Contemporary slang

  • sleazo — ˈslē(ˌ)zō adjective ( s) Etymology: sleazy + o (I) slang : sleazy • sleazo noun slang …   Useful english dictionary

  • sleazo — adj. sleazy; disgusting; having a bad reputation …   English slang

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  • el —o — n a Spanish pattern applied jocularly to English words mainly by American speakers. The meaning is the supreme the quintessential or just the It appears in el creepo , el sleazo , el cheapo , etc. This tendency (in imitation of Hispanic low life… …   Contemporary slang

  • mondo- — combining form American an all purpose combining word which in Italian and Spanish means world (of) and in American English means a situa tion of... or a state of affairs character ised by... . The word is then followed by the defining word,… …   Contemporary slang

  • sleazoid — n a sleazy person; a disreputable, immoral or otherwise repellent individ ual. These Americanisms are now heard elsewhere. ► There were a bunch of sleazo bars on or near the Sunset Strip. (www.badmags.com, June 2005) …   Contemporary slang

  • sleazoid — [“slizoid] 1. n. a sleazy person. □ Who is this sleazoid? □ Who was that sleazoid I saw you with last night? 2. Go to sleazo …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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