[1980s+] (US black/campus) smart, ‘on the ball‘, aware, attractive; a general term of approval, varying as to context and applying to objects and events as well as people.
[1980s+] (US black) a short, neat haircut.
[1980s+] (US teen) to look one’s best, usu. coupled to a specific event, such as a party, an anniversary, a festival.
1. cheeky and impertinent.
2. sexually promiscuous.
3. of meat, smelling raw (although not stale).
4. of fish, smelling ‘off’.
5. of popular music, in the latest style.
2. sexually cheeky, suggestive.
SE in slang uses
see under bit n.1
[1900s–30s] (US tramp) a new, inexperienced tramp.
[1920s–30s] (US tramp) one who has just developed a venereal disease.
1. (US prison) a new inmate in a prison; thus fresh fish special, the prison crop given to a new inmate.
2. any novice, e.g. a new recruit.
3. a new young prostitute.
[1980s+] (US black) a new lover or sexual partner.
see under lamb n.1
[1950s] (US drugs) a novice drug user.
see separate entry.
[1980s+] (US) clean, healthy.
[1990s+] (W.I.) from the perspective of an older woman, the young man one is having a relationship with.
[late 19C] a pallid complexion.
[1910s] (Aus.) naïve.