SLANG, IDIOMS & EXPRESSIONS
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I deliberately have included some rude words, but avoided vulgar terms. These should not be used. Terms with (pronoun) or (noun) indicate that alternate words can be used within the ( ).

Term
Definition
"V"
Veer off course Take the wrong direction (The team veered off course with their latest idea.)
Very well Agreement (Very well, Jackie may go with you tonight.)
Vibes Feelings; vibrations (Jessica had good vibes about going with Steve.)
Victorian Old-fashioned (Nellie has a Victorian sense of style.)
Vigorish Bribe money (Vinnie demanded vigorish from neighborhood businesses.)
Vote down To defeat (People voted down a proposed tax increase.)
Vote up To support (Our class voted John up to represent us.)

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