The greatest word in the english language.

Is most commonly used as an
1.insult
2.a compliment
3.a cry of anger
4.a statement in general

(5.)Useful for relieving anger.
1. Do that again and I'll rip yer bollocks off and shove em up yer arse.
2. That meal was the (dogs) bollocks man.
3. BOLLOCKS! He cheated!
4. The world is just... bollocks man...
(5.) BOLLOCKS!...BOLLOCKSBOLLOCKSBOLLOCKS!
by sleepygamer March 05, 2006
A fairly mild, and frequently used colloquialism/swear word in the UK. Comes from the old english 'ballock' meaning testicle (apparently shakespeare used this word in his plays!) Has several meanings
That movie was a load of old bollocks - that movie was crap.
That was the Dogs bollocks - That was the best
Oh bollocks! - a mild curse when something goes wrong
by Duncan September 26, 2003
A retorative reply to Americans, who are talking bollocks!
As in: "Actually, that is total bollocks".
by Joe Bloggs December 19, 2004
In Ireland you call some one stupid a bollocks.
what the fuck do ya think ya doing ya fecking bollocks...ya?!
by lee April 07, 2005
n. Plural. Vulgar Slang. from Middle English ballocks meaning testicles.
1. no good; rubbish
2. a falsehood or series of lies
3. an exclamation on making a error
4. testicles
n. Antonym. the dog's bollocks
5. outstanding
1. Sod it, I am bollocks at this game!
2. Oh bother, Obama is talking bollocks again.
3. Bollocks!... BOLLOCKS BOLLOCKS BOLLOCKS!
4. She'll cut off your bollocks and cram them up your arse.
5. Wow, that meal was the dog's bollocks!
by ChipW July 28, 2009
n. (UK) 1. Testicals; balls. 2. An exclamation of dismay/frustration comparable to shit or fuck. 3. A lie or exaggeration. 4. the dog's ~, the very best; "the shit"; awesome.
1. "I wish he'd grow some bollocks!"
2. "Bollocks, I failed my math test."
3. "That story is such bollocks."
4. "His new Land Rover is the dog's bollocks."
by Jon January 19, 2004
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