Why is it called cop a feel?
The slang “cop a feel” originated in the 1930s.
The meaning is surreptitiously fondle someone in a sexual manner, especially a woman’s breast or buttocks usually when she’s not expecting it — and often followed up by a slap in the face.
The female clerk complained that the boss was always trying to cop a feel.
What does to cop mean?
to surreptitiously take something from someone or something. to steal or swipe something from someone or something.
What does copped mean sexually?
To fondle someone sexually in a surreptitious way. cop a plea. To plead guilty to a lesser charge so as to avoid standing trial for a more serious charge.
Is cop a real word?
cop is an informal term for a police officer. As a verb, cop is used in a variety of slang expressions meaning “grab” or “obtain,” from copping a feel on someone (not recommended) to out on going to a party (= not going) to copping to (confessing to) eating the last slice of pizza.
What does cop an attitude mean?
Definition of cop an attitude. US, informal. : to show that one believes he or she is more important or better than other people by behaving in a rude or unpleasant way The students tried to cop an attitude with the new teacher.
Is it pop a squat or cop a squat?
cop a squat Definition. Meaning of cop a squat. OnlineSlangDictionary.com.
Slang terms with the same root words.
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|a||Definitions include: amphetamine.|
|plop a squat||Definitions include: to sit down.|
|pop a squat||Definitions include: to sit down.|
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Does cop mean steal?
English Language Learners Definition of cop
US, informal : to get (something desirable) US, informal : to steal or take (something) from someone.
How do you pronounce cop?
Cap-Cup-Cop (The 3 A’s) | American English Pronunciation | vowels
How do you cop something?
- to surreptitiously take something from someone or something.
- to steal or swipe something from someone or something.