noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) Australian Informal.
pretense or nonsense.
small stakes or a small amount, especially of money.
(Austral, informal) pretence; nonsense: cut the kidstakes!
noun, Informal. 1. something appropriate only for children. 2. something very easy or simple. noun phrase Something very easy or uncomplicated, as in That new computer program is kid stuff. This usage alludes to something suitable for young children, or “kids.” [ c. 1920 ]
- Kid the pants off
see: pants off
[ki-duhlt] /kɪˈdʌlt/ noun, Informal. 1. . /ˈkɪdʌlt/ noun 1. an adult who is interested in forms of entertainment such as computer games, television programmes, etc that are intended for children adjective 2. aimed at or suitable for kidults, or both children and adults noun, adjective a form of entertainment that appeals to both children and […]
[kid-vid] /ˈkɪdˌvɪd/ noun, Informal. 1. television programs, television programming, or videotapes for children. modifier : The trade journals call the children’s program segment on television the ”kidvid ghetto” noun Children’s television: a year when kidvid is being publicly scolded/ The three networks are offering the public more kidvid (1955+)