Slang Words You NEED TO KNOW in 2020

  •  Lit. When something is exciting, really enjoyable, you can say it’s “lit.”
  •  GOAT. It is an acronym of Greatest Of All Time.


  • Snatched. When someone is wearing something that is very fashionable or has a look that looks really good.


  • On fleek. This can be used as a replacement for “on point,” meaning something has been perfectly done.


  • Salty. You can say someone is salty when they get upset or angry over something.


  •  Fit. Unlike the British version of the term “fit,” which means attractive, in the United States, “fit” is just the shortened version of the word “outfit”.


  • Dead. As slang, it means that something is so funny or ridiculously good it’s forced you to be hyperbolic.


  •  Fire. It is used to refer to something that is really cool and amazing.


  • Low-key. This can be used as a replacement for “quiet,” “modest,” “not very assertive.”


  • High-key. It is the opposite of low-key.


  • Shady. When someone is very sneaky, suspicious, you can say that person is “shady”


  •  Savage. This word is used as internet slang when describing a shocking event or a careless attitude.


  • Shook. When someone is shook it means they are shocked or incredibly surprised.


  •  Slay. To “slay” is to do really well or succeed at something.


  •  Stan. “Stan” can be a noun for an overzealous and obsessive fan, and a verb meaning to be that kind of fan. It originated from an Eminem song of the same name.

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