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ass

noun uk   us   /æs/

ass noun (ANIMAL)

[C] old use a donkey

ass noun (STUPID PERSON)

[C] informal a stupid person: a pompous ass

ass noun (BOTTOM)

[C] mainly US offensive (UK arse) the part of the body that you sit on [U] US offensive used by men to refer to sexual activity, or to women considered only as possible sexual partners: I've never seen so much gorgeous ass.your ass mainly US offensive yourself: Get your ass in my office now!go ass over (tea)kettle to lose your balance suddenly and fall over
Translations of “ass”
in Vietnamese con lừa, tên ngốc…
in Spanish asno, burro, imbécil…
in Thai ลา, คนโง่…
in Malaysian keldai, bodoh…
in French âne, idiot, idiote…
in German der Esel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 驢…
in Indonesian keledai, bodoh, pantat…
in Russian задница, тупица, осел…
in Turkish kıç, aptal, salak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 驴…
in Polish tyłek, dupa, osioł…
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