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  1. shit
    IPA[SHit]
  2. noun

    • 1. feces.

    • 2. an act of defecating.

    • 3. a contemptible or worthless person.

    • 4. something worthless; garbage; nonsense:

      this book is shit
    • 5. unpleasant experiences or treatment:

      I went through a lot of shit last year
    • 6. things or stuff, especially personal belongings:

      he left his shit at my apartment
    • 7. events or circumstances:

      some crazy shit happened last night
    • 8. any psychoactive drug, especially marijuana.

    verb

    • 1. expel feces from the body.

    • 2. soil one's clothes as a result of expelling feces accidentally.

    • 3. be very frightened.

    • 4. tease or try to deceive (someone):

      I shit you not
    • 5. show contempt or disregard for.

    exclamation

    • 1. an exclamation of disgust, anger, or annoyance.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: shit, plural noun: shits

    • v.: verb: shit, 3rd person present: shits, gerund or present participle: shitting, past tense: shitted, past participle: shitted

    • noun

      faeces.

      an act of defecating.

    • verb

      expel faeces from the body.

      soil one's clothes as a result of expelling faeces accidentally.

    • exclamation

      an exclamation of disgust, anger, or annoyance.
    • past and past participle of shit
    • past and past participle of shit
    • noun

      a severe beating.
    • adjective

      (of music, especially country music) played in a vigorous but unpolished way.

      denoting or characteristic of an unsophisticated person from a rural area.

    • noun

      the action of intentionally causing trouble.
    • adjective

      causing or intended to cause trouble.
    • adjective

      drunk or under the influence of drugs.
    • noun

      a person who takes pleasure in causing trouble or discord.
    • used to seek confirmation of the truth of a statement or to confirm the truth of a statement
    • adjective

      terrified.
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