What does peg me out mean?
phrasal verb. If someone pegs out, they are too exhausted to carry on with what they have been doing.
What does peg it up mean?
To raise the value, amount, rate, etc., of something, especially very quickly or suddenly. The price for wheat has been pegged up to a staggering $17.45 USD, the highest it has ever been in the history of the United States. See also: peg, up.
What does peg You mean slang?
When you use peg as a verb, it means to identify someone or something: “I pegged you as a word lover, the first time I laid eyes on you.”
Where does the expression peg out come from?
What’s the origin of the phrase ‘Peg out’? This phrase is widely thought to have been taken from the scoring in card games like cribbage (a.k.a. crib), in which the score is kept on a pegboard. The game ends when the first person ‘pegs out’.
What does PEG mean in social media?
The term “pegging” describes the sexual act when a woman performs anal sex on a man with a sex toy. Delevingne added: “You know, it’s a bit like, ‘stick it to the man’, if anyone wants to look up the word.”
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What does had you pegged mean?
To distinctly regard one as being a certain type of person. I had you pegged as a coward, but I’m impressed with how you stood up to that criminal. Everyone’s got me pegged as a loser, but I’ll show them!
What does gorged out mean?
1 : to remove (something) by digging or cutting The impact of the accident gouged a big piece out of the wall. He threatened to gouge my eyes out. 2 : to make (a hole or path) by digging or cutting The river gouged out a wide path between the mountains.
What’s another word for pigged out?
In this page you can discover 19 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pig-out, like: gorge, stuff oneself, overeat, overindulge, pork out, scarf, wolf-down, ingurgitate, glut, englut and stuff.
How do you use pegged in a sentence?
Howie visited a suburban home in Orange County, Indiana and pegged the date by an open newspaper. The Argentinian peso was pegged to the dollar and was made freely convertible. I use a series of soaker hoses pegged to the ground.
How do you spell Joosh it up?
Another term that the show brought into the fold was one that didn’t initially see a lot of print use, possibly because editors didn’t know how to spell it: zhuzh, or zhoosh, or tzhuj. (The first two seem to have gained the most traction.)