- Adj. Concerned, bothered. Usually heard in the negative sense of can't be arsed. E.g."I can't be arsed with work today, it's too damned hot."
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arsed — verb Bothered (as in cant be bothered to...). I cant be arsed to get out of bed today … Wiktionary
arsed — adj British See can t be arsed/ bolloxed/fucked/shagged … Contemporary slang
arsed — bothered … Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand
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rat-arsed — ratˈ arsed adjective (vulgar sl) Drunk • • • Main Entry: ↑rat * * * rat arsed UK [ˈrætɑː(r)st] US [ˈrætɑrst] adjective british very informal very drunk Thesaurus: drunk … Useful english dictionary
Fatso the Fat-Arsed Wombat — was an unofficial mascot of the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics created by Sydney cartoonist Paul Newell with Roy and HG from the Australian Channel Seven sports/comedy television program The Dream with Roy and HG , which covered the event.cite… … Wikipedia
can't be arsed — I, etc can t be bothered (to do something) ● arse * * * can’t be arsed phrase if you say you can’t be arsed to do something, you mean that you are feeling too lazy to do it Thesaurus: lazy or slow to actsynonym Main entry: arse … Useful english dictionary
half-arsed — [ˌha:f ˈa:st US ˈhæf a:rst] adj BrE half assed [ˌha:f ˈæst US ˈhæf æst] AmE [only before noun] informal 1.) doing something without making much effort ▪ He made a half arsed attempt to clean up after the party. 2.) completely stupid ▪ What a half … Dictionary of contemporary English
half-arsed — adj ill considered, incomplete, ineffectual. An expression which appeared in British and American usage around the turn of the 20th century. The term may origi nate in the notion of something which has less than a whole solid base or, according… … Contemporary slang
can't be arsed — British, taboo! if you can t be arsed, you will not make the necessary effort to do something. I can t be arsed to go to the party. It s too far away. (often + to do something) … New idioms dictionary