1. a metaphorical part of the body.
|Psmith in the City (1993) 114: Had he not unfortunately dislocated the radius bone of his bazooka while training.|
|(ref. to 1930s) Coronation Cups and Jam Jars 106: Oh, doctor, Come at once, / The hen she’s on her back. / She’s twisted her bazooker / And cannot get it back.|
2. the buttocks; in up the bazooka
3. the head, the mind, with implications of stupidity.
|Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit 125: Try that one on your bazooka, my dear Cheesewright.|
4. the penis.
|Down All the Days 155: And would you kindly take your eyes off my bazooka?|
|Traveller’s Tool 107: The occasional little stewardess who has rashly settled for a bottom-of-the-range Cartier watch and a Bedouin bazooka up her back bottie.|
5. (US black) an especially large and potent marijuana cigarette, laced with cocaine [note basuco n.].
|ONDCP Street Terms 2: Bazooka — [...] crack and tobacco combined in a joint.|
6. (drugs) cocaine, crack cocaine.
|ONDCP Street Terms 2: Bazooka — Cocaine; crack.|
|Truth 291: On any Friday, an army of couriers hand-delivered snort, bazooka [...] to bankers, brokers, lawyers, accountants [etc.].|
7. (US drugs) a cigarette that mixes coca paste and tobacco.
|Morn. Call (Allentown, PA) 24 May 38/1: ‘Bazooka’ — joint laced with coca paste.|
|ONDCP Street Terms 2: Bazooka — [...] coca paste and marijuana.|
(US) a general intensifier, blatantly, excessively, totally, reprehensibly, in large quantities.
|Campus Sl. Fall 6: out the ass – in large quantities: I have mid-terms out the ass this week. Also up the shit, out the butt, up the bazooka.|