1. [late 19C] (Aus.) to boast, to talk emptily.
2. [1910s–40s] (US) to dismiss, to jilt.
3. (US) to vilify, to criticize.
4. [1940s–70s] to leave; also as imper.
5. [2010s] (UK black) in social media use, to ignore messages.
SE in slang uses
[20C+] (W.I.) to show off one’s own superior status at others’ expense.
[mid-19C–1900s] to loiter about, to dawdle.
1. [1910s–40s] (US) to complain, to swear, to curse.
2. [1960s] to argue or talk at length.
to idle, to wander.
1. [1920s] to boast, to brag.
2. [1930s–40s] (also air one’s belly) to vomit.
[1900s–30s] to be naked.
[1960s] (US) to talk emptily.
1. to go for a walk.
2. (US black) to shoot.
[20C+] (W.I.) to speak aggressively or abusively.