bit of skirt

bit of skirt
Noun. A woman or women. A male expression for females viewed sexually. Also abbreviated to 'skirt'. Derog.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • bit of skirt — noun A woman, when regarded as a sexual object …   Wiktionary

  • Bit of skirt — (offensive) woman who a male is only interested in for sexual purposes …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • bit of skirt — Australian Slang (offensive) woman who a male is only interested in for sexual purposes …   English dialects glossary

  • (a) bit of skirt — a bit of skirt/fluff/british offensive phrase an insulting word for a sexually attractive woman Thesaurus: sexually attractive womensynonym Main entry: bit …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) bit of skirt — British & Australian, old fashioned, very informal a sexually attractive woman. Who was that nice bit of skirt I saw you with last night? …   New idioms dictionary

  • skirt —    a woman viewed sexually by a male    The garment is worn normally only by females. Men call them kilts:     He s got a nice skirt all right... I wouldn t say pretty, but a good figure. (G. Greene, 1932)    A bit or piece of skirt may be a… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • skirt — skirt1 [skə:t US skə:rt] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old Norse; Origin: skyrta shirt ] 1.) a piece of outer clothing worn by women and girls, which hangs down from the waist like the bottom part of a dress ▪ She wore a white blouse and a plain black… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • skirt — • young attractive woman. Often preceded with a bit of . A common lads term. e.g. I never realized this was such a good place to eye skirt or What you need is a nice bit of skirt to cheer you up …   Londonisms dictionary

  • bit — I UK [bɪt] / US noun Word forms bit : singular bit plural bits ** 1) a piece or part of something a) [countable] a small piece of something I m having some cake. Do you want a bit? bit of: He had bits of food stuck in between his teeth. bits and… …   English dictionary

  • bit — I. /bɪt / (say bit) noun 1. the metal mouthpiece of a bridle, with the adjacent parts to which the reins are fastened. 2. anything that curbs or restrains. 3. Machinery the cutting or penetrating part of various tools: a. the cutting portion of… …  

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