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abominate (informal) to dislike thoroughly. [1/2 definitions]
abuelita (Spanish; informal) grandmother; grandma.
abuelito (Spanish; informal) grandfather; grandpa.
ache (informal) to yearn. [1/4 definitions]
a dime a dozen (informal) plentiful and easily obtainable; common; cheap.
adore (informal) to have a great liking for. [1/4 definitions]
advert (chiefly British; informal) an advertisement. [1/2 definitions]
aggravate (informal) to annoy or bother. [1/2 definitions]
aggravating (informal) causing great annoyance or frustration.
aggro (chiefly British; informal) trouble; annoyance; irritation. [2 definitions]
ain't (informal) contracted form of "am not," "is not," "are not," "have not," or "has not."
alibi (informal) an excuse. [2/4 definitions]
allergic (informal) disliking; not inclined to. [1/3 definitions]
almighty (informal) extremely bad. [1/3 definitions]
also-ran (informal) one who lost in an athletic or political competition.
ambulance chaser (informal) a lawyer who persistently seeks accident victims as clients and tries to convince them to sue for damages.
ammo (informal) ammunition.
annihilate (informal) to defeat decisively; overwhelm. [1/3 definitions]
anti (informal) a person opposing a particular group, practice, value, or policy.
antisocial (informal) not liking to socialize with others; withdrawn. [1/3 definitions]
antsy (informal) restless, esp. nervously or impatiently so; fidgety. [2 definitions]