To raid as in a bust.
Lancs/Yorks use baghead Noun.
A dismissive exclamation of frustration and anger.Military use bag on Noun.E.g."Make sure you have primed and undercoated the wood.Police/criminal vernacular often heard used jocularly.Scottish/Northern Irish use Bolivian marching powder Noun.Form of Buckfast wine.Balls (something) up Verb.To build or repair in a makeshift manner.Welsh use belly-ache Noun.E.g."We've bog all bonus skattepligt chance 645 lotto result may 2 2018 of winning without our captain and best player." bogart Verb.E.g."We had a blinding time last night." blindo Adj.To act shrewdly or in a manner so as to outwit someone.It wasn't - it was coffee.
The business is the anchor for the Electric Depot, which features two other buildings that will house apartments, a new coffee concept with ties to Community Coffee Chairman Matt Saurage, a yoga studio and other restaurant and retail spaces.
The area between the buttocks.
North-west/Merseyside use billy Noun.E.g."That new Mini Cooper from BMW is the business.".Bent as a nine pound note Phrs.Beat seven shades of shit out of (someone) Vrb phrs.E.g."If you've got a beef about the decision, then fill in the appropriate appeal forms." Orig.Nothing, or a total lack.A variation on 'bollocks'.Alternative spelling of 'blood'.An exclamation of annoyance, disbelief or disagreement.As the boot, meaning the 'sack termination størreste gebvinst i lotto of employment.
Derived from burning tyre rubber from excessive acceleration with a motor vehicle.