Definition of piss in English:

piss

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intransitive verb

[no object] vulgar slang
  • 1Urinate.

    pass water, go to the toilet, go to the lavatory, relieve oneself
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    1. 1.1with object Discharge (something, especially blood) when urinating.
    2. 1.2with object Wet with urine.

Pronunciation

piss

/pis/ /pɪs/

noun

vulgar slang
  • 1Urine.

    1. 1.1An act of urinating.

Pronunciation

piss

/pis/ /pɪs/

Phrases

    be on the piss
    British vulgar slang
    • Be engaged in a heavy drinking session.

    go on the piss
    British vulgar slang
    • Go on a heavy drinking session.

    not have a pot to piss in
    vulgar slang
    • Be very poor.

    piss in the wind
    vulgar slang
    • Do something that is ineffective or a waste of time.

    take the piss out of
    British vulgar slang
    • Mock or make fun of (someone or something).

Phrasal Verbs

    piss around
    British vulgar slang
    • Spend time doing stupid or unimportant things.

    piss away
    vulgar slang
    • piss something away, piss away somethingWaste something, especially money or time.

    piss down
    British vulgar slang
    • Rain heavily.

    piss off
    vulgar slang
    • 1British usually in imperative Go away (used to angrily dismiss someone).

    • 2piss someone off, piss off someoneAnnoy someone.

    piss on
    vulgar slang
    • piss on somethingShow complete contempt for something.

    piss over
    vulgar slang
    • 1piss over somethingShow complete contempt for something.

    • 2piss over somethingBritish Be far superior to something else.

      • ‘it pisses all over the competition’
    piss up
    British vulgar slang
    • piss something up, piss up somethingSpoil or ruin something.

Origin

Middle English from Old French pisser, probably of imitative origin.