[kodz-wol-uh p] /ˈkɒdzˌwɒl əp/

noun, British Slang.
nonsense; rubbish.
(Brit, slang) nonsense

said to be from 19c. (but first attested 1963), perhaps from wallop, British slang for “beer,” and cod in one of its various senses, perhaps “testicles.”

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