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The Irish Slang Challenge Answers

The Irish Slang Challenge Answers

Q 1. What does it mean if someone is ‘out on the tear’?

Choices:

Very busy
Getting lost
Out shopping
Out socializing

 Out socialising

Q 2. What is the meaning of this phrase?

Choices:

They were out with their mum
They were out with their friends
They were out with their dog
They were out with their girlfriend

 They were out with their girlfriend

Q 3. What does the word ‘craic’ mean?

Choices:

Lively
Dance
Alcohol
FunRight Answer:gossip

 FunRight Answer:gossip

Q 4. If you called someone a ‘chancer’, what would you be referring to them as?

Choices:

A joker
Someone who knows a lot
Someone who is charming
Someone who takes a risk

 Someone who takes a risk

Q 5. What is the meaning of this phrase?

Choices:

Extremely stupid
Failing at something
Missing out
Doing well

 Doing well

Q 6. What would someone mean by saying this?

Choices:

I was so warm
I was so tired
I was so happy
I was embarrassed

 I was embarrassed

Q7. Why would someone say this phrase?

Choices:

They love dairy products
They would eat anything
They are always eating
They’re very hungry

 They’re very hungry

Q 8. If someone says ‘I’ll burst you’, what do they mean?

Choices:

That they’ll ask you out
That they’ll make you laugh
That they’ll pay for you
That they’ll fight you

 That they’ll fight you

Q 9. What is the meaning of this phrase?

Choices:

He was very confused
He was extremely angry
He forgot his house keys
He was extremely drunk

 He was extremely drunk

Q 10. ‘She can do it as a nixer for you!’ What is a ‘nixer’?

Choices:

Unpaid employee
An intern
Job done unprofessionally
Job done for cash to avoid tax

 Job done for cash to avoid tax

Q 11. What does this phrase mean?

Choices:

I’m unhappy
I’m lucky
I’m rich
I’m fine

 I’m fine

Q 12. What does this word mean?

Choices:

A miser
A boyfriend
A rascal
An idiot

 An idiot

Q 13. What are ‘the jacks’?

Choices:

The bus-stop
The church
The countryside
The toilets

 The toilets

Q 14. What does this mean?

Choices:

That’s beautiful
That’s unlucky
That’s terrible
That’s great

 That’s great

 Q 15. Do you know what this phrase means?

Choices:

Keeping quiet
Hanging around too much
Being unkind
Fooling around

 Fooling around

Q 16. What does this word mean in Dublin slang?

Choices:

A hard-worker
A manipulative person
A handsome man
A child

 A child

Q 17. What does this word mean?

Choices:

Awesome
Cool
Easy
Broken

 Broken

Q 18. What is the meaning of this word?

Choices:

Someone from abroad
Someone who can’t be trusted
Someone who always gets in trouble
Someone from rural Ireland

 Someone from rural Ireland

Q 19. What does this phrase mean in Ireland?

Choices:

Is it working well?
Does she look good?
How is she feeling?
How are things?

 How are things?

Q 20. What does it mean if someone is going to get ‘the messages’?

Choices:

They’re going to listen to their answer machine
They’re going to read their emails
They’re going to pick up the post
They’re going to get the shopping

 They’re going to get the shopping

The Irish Slang Challenge Answers

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