slip me five
To give knockout drops, esp chloral hydrate, secretly in a drink: He passed out as if someone had slipped him a Mickey (1951+)
- Give me liberty or give me death
Words from a speech by Patrick Henry urging the American colonies to revolt against England. Henry spoke only a few weeks before the Revolutionary War began: “Gentlemen may cry Peace, Peace, but there is no peace. The war is actually begun. The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the […]
- Give me some skin
sentence Let’s shake hands: Hi there, sweetie. Gimme some skin (1930s+ Black)
[giv-uh n] /ˈgɪv ən/ verb 1. past participle of . adjective 2. stated, fixed, or specified: at a given time. 3. addicted or disposed (often followed by to): given to making snide remarks. 4. bestowed as a ; conferred. 5. assigned as a basis of calculation, reasoning, etc.: Given A and B, C follows. 6. […]
[zhi-vahn-shee; French zhee-vahn-shee] /ʒɪˈvɑ̃ ʃi; French ʒi vɑ̃ˈʃi/ noun 1. Hubert de [y-ber duh] /üˈbɛr də/ (Show IPA), born 1927, French fashion designer.