wavy adjective slang stylish
You can be wearing wavy garms or wavy kicks.
[Heard in conversation (UK teens) 05 Jul 2015]
basic adjective informal unattractive, unpleasant and unsophisticated
Festival headdresses. Basic is the only word applicable here. [The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 04 July 2015]
calm! exclamation slang good; cool
‘Your ticket’s arrived.’ ‘Calm!’
[Heard in conversation (UK teens) 05 July 2015]
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I don’t mind the word basic, but I think you might’ve as well used an example from urbandictionary.com. At least, those people don’t have to sound professional. Then again, the Brits aren’t nice people.
Harsh! 😉 Please note that we always use genuine examples of usage of the given word – an example from Urban Dictionary would not count.
Why are you judging a whole continent of people? Angry about something? Then get some professional help.
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