What does the slang Mickey mean?
: to make fun of (someone) : tease, ridicule „Fred and George are going to laugh themselves stupid when I turn up for the tryouts. They haven’t stopped taking the mickey out of me since I got made a prefect.“—
What does Mickey mean in London?
In British English, the informal phrase to take the mickey, or the mike, out of someone means to tease or ridicule someone.
What does Mickey Mouse mean in Cockney?
Mickey Mouse. 1. (rhyming slang) grouse; wonderful; excellent. 2. childish; unsophisticated; shoddy; cheap.
What kind of word is Mickey?
noun – Word
What type of word is ‚mickey‘? Mickey is a noun – Word Type.
What is a mickey in USA?
In slang, a Mickey Finn (or simply a Mickey) is a drink laced with a psychoactive drug or incapacitating agent (especially chloral hydrate) given to someone without their knowledge, with the intent to incapacitate them.
What is mickey a nickname for?
Diminutive form of Michael. „Mickey Mouse“ animated Disney character and spokesmouse.
What does Doris mean in slang?
One’s girl friend, wife or significant other
(UK, slang) One’s girl friend, wife or significant other. pronoun.
What is a Toby in Cockney rhyming slang?
„“Toby“ means „road“ in this context, but it isn’t rhyming slang. It seems to come from about 1811. It is derived from the language of Irish travellers who use the word „tober“ to mean road. Another related expression is the toby meaning highway robbery. High toby meaning highway robbery on horseback.