||dollar, coin, buck, loonie
||He earns a few shekels a day by selling bottles that he finds.
||pay money for, fork over
||How much did you shell out for that calculator? Thirty dollars?
||defeat in a game, win by many points
||The Bears were shellacked by the Pirates. The score was 19-2.
||everything is clean and orderly, ready for inspection, tickety-boo
||We're ready for the demonstration. Everything is shipshape.
||impolite, rude, cheeky, lippy
||Brad has an attitude. He gets a little shirty with his teachers.
|shit disturber [B]
||a person who tries to cause problems
||Cal is a shit disturber. He tries to embarrass the boss at meetings.
||very drunk, plastered, polluted
||He goes to the bar every day and drinks until he's shit-faced.
|shit fire and apple butter
||I am getting upset, good grief, hell's bells
||You still haven't taken your shower? Shit fire and apple butter!
We have to leave in 10 minutes!
|shit hit the fan [B]
||(See the shit hit the fan)
|shit hot [B]
||very skilled, talented
||I've played golf with him. He's not so shit hot.