‘Bout

‘Bout (slang) Type: contraction, preposition, slang Pronunciation: /bow-t/ Related: ‘Boutta, Talm ’bout What does ‘Bout mean? About. ‘Bout is slang for about. Example sentence: “Hello, you there? Sorry i didn’t know what you were talking ’bout.” ‘Bout in songs: “I tell him where to put it, never tell him where I’m ’bout to be” – […]

‘Cause

‘Cause (slang) Type: conjunction, slang Pronunciation: /cos/ What does ‘Cause mean? Because. Example sentence: “You coming with? ’cause i’m boutta leave.” ‘Cause in songs: “I hit the strip with my trap queen, ’cause all we know is bands” – Fetty Wap, Trap Queen. “Prince Williams ain’t do it right if you ask me ‘Cause I […]

‘Em

‘Em (slang) Type: pronoun, contraction, slang Pronunciation: /ehm/ What does ‘Em mean? Them. ‘Em is slang and short for Them. Example sentence: “If they don’t want to support your dreams, fuck ‘Em“ ‘Em in songs: “This a Rollie, not a Muller, Dabbin’ on ’em like the usual” – Offset, Bad and Boujee. “Hit the store, […]

‘Tween

‘Tween (slang) Type: adverb, preposition, slang Pronunciation: /tween/ What does ‘Tween mean? Between. Example sentence: “Nothing can come ‘Tween the gang.” ‘Tween in songs: “But it’s a difference ‘tween black artists and wack artists” – Kendrick Lamar, ELEMENT. “But it’s a difference ‘tween black artists and wack artists” – Jay-Z, Nickels and Dimes. “That’s the […]