shit2 S2 spoken not polite
solid waste that comes out of your body from your bowels:
• a car covered in bird shit
something that you think is bad or of very bad quality, or a bad situation:
• I'm not eating that shit!
something that someone says that you think is stupid or untrue [= nonsense]:
• You expect me to believe that shit?
• You're full of shit (=the things you say are stupid or untrue).
to not care at all about something or someone [= not give a damn]:
• I don't give a shit what you think!
to have or get diarrhoea (=an illness in which solid waste comes out of your body in a much more liquid form than usual)
to allow someone to behave badly or treat you badly
someone who is very unpleasant and treats other people badly
to feel or look very ill, or to not look as neat and clean as you should
to treat someone very badly
someone's possessions, especially the things they have with them:
somebody's possessionsAmerican English [uncountable]
• Get your shit together then come on over.
used to say that sometimes bad things happen, and people cannot always prevent them from happening
used to say that there are more details that you could mention, but it should be clear to someone else what you mean:
• You said you had maps and shit.
13 American English
used to express surprise or to check whether what someone has just said is true:
• 'I can get you one for $50.' 'No shit?'
used to emphasize that what you are saying is true, or to agree that what someone else says is true:
• They had like, no shit, 40 different kinds of beer.
14 also in the shit British English
in a lot of trouble [= in big trouble]
to beat, kick etc someone so violently that they are badly injured
to insult someone or criticize them
used to say that there will be a lot of trouble when someone finds out about something