- shit1 [ʃıt] interjection not politeused to express anger, annoyance, fear, or disappointment= ↑damn▪ Shit! I've left my purse at home.shit 2shit2 S2 n spoken not polite▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(body waste)¦2¦(something bad)¦3¦(stupid/untrue talk)¦4 not give a shit (what/whether/about etc)5 have/get the shits6 take/put up with shit (from somebody)7¦(person)¦8 feel/look like shit9 treat somebody like shit10¦(somebody's possessions)¦11 shit happens12 ... and shit13 no shit14 in deep shit15 beat/kick etc the shit out of somebody16 give somebody shit17 the shit hits the fan▬▬▬▬▬▬▬[: Old English; Origin: scite]1.) ¦(BODY WASTE)¦a) [U]solid waste that comes out of your body from your ↑bowels▪ a car covered in bird shitb) [singular]an act of getting rid of solid waste from your ↑bowelstake a shit also have a shitBrE2.) ¦(SOMETHING BAD)¦[U]something that you think is bad or of very bad quality, or a bad situation▪ I'm not eating that shit!piece/pile/load etc of shit3.) ¦(STUPID/UNTRUE TALK)¦[U]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) .4.) not give a shit (what/whether/about etc)to not care at all about something or someone= not give a damn▪ I don't give a shit what you think!5.) have/get the shitsto have or get ↑diarrhoea (=an illness in which solid waste comes out of your body in a much more liquid form than usual)6.) take/put up with shit (from sb)to allow someone to behave badly or treat you badly7.) ¦(PERSON)¦someone who is very unpleasant and treats other people badly8.) feel/look like shitto feel or look very ill, or to not look as neat and clean as you should9.) treat sb like shitto treat someone very badly10.)¦(SOMEBODY'S POSSESSIONS)¦AmE [U]someone's possessions, especially the things they have with them▪ Get your shit together then come on over.11.) shit happensused to say that sometimes bad things happen, and people cannot always prevent them from happening12.) ... and shitused 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.) no shitAmEa) used to express surprise or to check whether what someone has just said is true▪ 'I can get you one for $50.' 'No shit?'b) 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.) in deep shit also in the shit BrEin a lot of trouble= ↑in big trouble15.) beat/kick etc the shit out of sbto beat, kick etc someone so violently that they are badly injured16.) give sb shitto insult someone or criticize them17.) the shit hits the fanused to say that there will be a lot of trouble when someone finds out about somethingshit 3shit3 v past tense and past participle shit or shat [ʃæt] present participle shittingspoken not polite1.) shit yourselfBrE shit (in) your pantsAmE to feel very worried or frightened2.)to pass solid waste out of your body from your ↑bowels3.) [T] [i]AmEto tell someone something that is untrue▪ Are you shitting me?4.)to treat someone very badlyshit on▪ This will teach you not to shit on me.shit 4shit4 [i]adj BrE spoken not politevery bad▪ a really shit jobshit at▪ I'm shit at tennis.→up shit creek at ↑creek
Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.