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Largely derogatory slang term for a woman who has had, or is perceived to have had, many sexual partners and who “sleeps around”.


vitreous residue after removal of metal in a smelting process.

basic slag
a by-product of the smelting industry, basic slag is used as a fertilizer. Animals pastured on recently heavily dressed fields may be affected by colic, diarrhea and posterior paresis. The specific cause of the poisoning is not known.
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He was giving it loads on the dancefloor, slagging Ronan saying, 'I've better moves than either of you, I should have been in Boyzone'.
Alternatively, you could let him know you can hear everything he says, including slagging you off and that the other neighbours are aware of it, too.
He said: "I'm in for a slagging from the boys in the back bar.
Maybe it's just the way I'm feeling but if he's wrong, what a slagging he'll get in this column.
IF you like opinionated Frenchmen who accumulate fines for slagging off their own club, manager and team-mates then Laurent Robert's the man for you.
I admit that we have nowhere near the financial support that they have, and that Man United has, but surely we can all pull together like them, rather than slagging each other off?
NEIL SULLIVAN is desperate to shut out Everton's Scotland clan today to avoid a real post- match slagging.
The demonstration, from a new electric utility customer based in the Pacific Northwest, will be conducted on a very large coal-fired boiler experiencing slagging problems associated with the burning of a blend of local and Powder River Basin (PRB) coals.
The Sunderland defender (right) says Old Trafford is packed with mates slagging him off.
And all this slagging of the SNP by Jack McConnell, Gordon Brown and Tony Blair is becoming a joke.
If she'd suffered like the rest of us, I bet she'd soon drop the sympathetic approach and come round to our way of slagging.
Bearing in mind the childish and immature slagging campaign you have run against Robbie Fowler, is it possible to hear your opinion on whether or not you think Robbie would have put one of the chances away in Leverkusen?