an act of defecating; evacuation.
the shits, diarrhea.
Slang. pretense, lies, exaggeration, or nonsense.
Slang. something inferior or worthless.
Slang. a selfish, mean, or otherwise contemptible person.
Slang. narcotic drugs, especially heroin or marijuana.
Slang. possessions, equipment, mementos, etc.; stuff.
verb (used without object), shit or shat, shitting.
verb (used with object), shit or shat, shitting.
Slang. to exaggerate or lie to.
Slang. to defecate in (one’s clothes), as from terror or illness; soil (oneself):
She was so shocked, she shit her pants!
Slang. (used to express disgust, disappointment, frustration, contempt, or the like.)
give a shit, Slang. (often used in the negative) to care; be concerned: My ex will be at the party with his new girlfriend, but I don’t give a shit.
Who gives a shit if you’re going or not going!
no shit, Slang.
(used to express amazement or incredulity):
He got into MIT? No shit!
(used to express one’s annoyance with an obvious statement.)
in deep shit, Slang. in trouble:
If I don’t study for that math test, I’ll be in deep shit.
up shit / shit’s creek, Slang. in a desperate or hopeless situation; in serious trouble:
You’d be up shit’s creek if I wasn’t here to bail you out, Billy—I’m telling you, this is the last time!
Also, up shit/shit’s creek without a paddle.
verb shits, shitting, shitted, shit, shat
(usually foll by on) (slang) to give the worst possible treatment (to)
an act of defecation
an obnoxious or worthless person
cannabis resin or heroin
in the shit, in trouble
the shit hits the fan, the real trouble begins
an exclamation expressing anger, disgust, etc