a piece of ass

someone who you are only interested in because they are sexually attractive

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • piece of ass — AND hunk of ass; hunk of tail; piece of snatch; piece of tail 1. n. omeone considered as a partner in copulation. (Usually a female. Usually objectionable.) □ Man, isn’t she a fine looking piece of ass? □ Man, isn’t he a fine looking piece of… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • piece of ass — [B] See a piece of ass …   English idioms

  • piece of ass — noun slang for sexual intercourse • Syn: ↑fuck, ↑fucking, ↑screw, ↑screwing, ↑ass, ↑nooky, ↑nookie, ↑piece of tail, ↑roll in the hay, ↑sh …   Useful english dictionary

  • piece of ass — noun a) An act of intercourse, especially a one night stand. b) A very attractive woman, when considered as a sex object …   Wiktionary

  • piece of ass — n. potential partner for sex (usually a woman) …   English slang

  • (a) piece of ass — a piece of ass phrase someone who you are only interested in because they are sexually attractive Thesaurus: sexually attractive man or womansynonym Main entry: ass …   Useful english dictionary

  • a piece of ass — I see piece II a piece of ass (or tail) vulgar slang a person, usually a woman, regarded as a sexual partner …   Useful english dictionary

  • a piece of ass — [B] sex, intercourse, nookie    If it s just a piece of ass you want, why don t you find a prostitute? …   English idioms

  • ass — S2 [æs] n [Sense: 1; Origin: Old English assa, from Latin asinus] [Sense: 2; Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Changed spelling of arse (11 21 centuries), from Old English Ars, ears] 1.) not polite a stupid, annoying person = ↑ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ass — [ æs ] noun ▸ 1 part of body you sit on ▸ 2 stupid/annoying person ▸ 3 animal like a horse ▸ 4 for emphasizing orders ▸ 5 sexual activity ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count IMPOLITE the part of your body that you sit on. British usually arse 2. ) count a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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