||having a headache after drinking liquor, hangover
||The next day he was hungover, so he rested and drank coffee.
||(See dirty thirties)
||a gorgeous man, a very attractive male
||Matty thinks Robert Redford is a hunk. She dreams about him.
||get ready to lift or work, prepare to make an effort
||To achieve our sales goals, we all have to hunker down.
||vomit, puke, barf, hork, woof your cookies
||After eating two raw eggs, she hurled - all over my sheepskin!
||do it quickly, make it snappy
||Hurry up with the dishes. We want you to play cards with us.
|hurt my feelings
||make me feel sad, offend me
||You hurt my feelings when you said I waddle like a duck.
||do not talk, be quiet, keep quiet
||"Mommy, there's the man who kissed you!" "Hush up, child."
||not talked about, keep a secret
||In the 1950s, if a teen-age girl got pregnant, it was hushed up.
||hello, hi, hi there
||Hyah, Bill. What's new with you?