1. [early 19C+] to pick a pocket.
2. [late 19C+] to rob a till; thus dipping n.
3. [1940s+] to steal, to take away, e.g. a prostitute’s clients; thus dipping n.
[mid–19C] (UK Und.) an act of sexual intercorse.
1. [early 19C] to pick a pocket.
2. [mid-19C] (US) to attack physically.
3. [1950s–70s] to have sexual intercourse.
SE in slang uses
[1960s–70s] (Aus.) an act of urination.
[1990s+] (US) an insignificant, foolish or dull person; also adj. use meaning foolish.
see separate entries.
[1970s+] (US gay) to have anal intercourse.
[20C+] to have sexual intercourse.
see under beak n.2
1. [late 17C–mid-18C] to be mildly tipsy, to be nearly drunk.
2. [1930s–60s] to consume, usu. a drink.
see under lid n.
[20C+] (W.I.) to interfere where one’s interest is not required.
see under wick n.1
see under south adv.
see dip one’s bill
see under dagger n.1
[1980s+] (US black) of a man, to have sexual intercourse.
see under schnitzel n.
see under weenie n.1
[1950s] (Aus.) a dismissive retort.