1. [late 18C; mid-19C+] (also pee-pee) to urinate; thus pee-er n., one who urinates.
2. (US black) to abuse verbally.
3. [1970s+] (US) to do something very well [fig. use or abbr. SE perform].
4. [1980s+] to rain (hard); usu. as pee down [var. on piss v. (3)].
[1940s–60s] (US black) a phr. used when referring to a woman, or to female qualities, e.g. the finest bitch that ever peed between two heels.
1. [1960s+] to be terrified.
2. to laugh hysterically.
see piss in someone’s pocket under piss v.
[1920s] (US) to waste, to squander.
1. [1940s] to leave, to depart.
2. [1950s] to annoy, to irritate.
1. to treat harshly, to bully.
2. to ignore, to dismiss.
[late 18C; 1960s+] to fig. (or lit.) urinate on oneself due to extreme emotion, esp. in the context of being utterly terrified or hugely amused.
[20C+] a phr. denigrating an unsophisticated, inexperienced youth who supposedly has yet to appreciate the alternative function of his penis; also used of a similarly unsophisticated young woman.
a phr. demonstrating one’s absolute contempt for someone.