Having little or no money.
(pronounced with a short vowel sound as in "hat" not as in "father".)
Note: Other UK-based definitions entered on this site probably stem from this definition, which itself is likely to be derived from the cockney rhyming slang "brassic lint" for "skint".
I can't go out, I'm brass.
A prostitute,from the cockney slang BRASS NAIL,meaning TAIL,tail being a slang name for a prostitute
i need a shag,might go and get myself a Brass
in a section of west london, this means bad, useless, crap
"That film was BRASS" or "you are BRASS at tennis"
*British terminology referring to negative quality.
*Another term for "money".
*Synonym for "shoot", used often by Australian military terminology.
*Powerful military commanders who, for example, call certain shots.
MOM : "Don't forget to pick up the brass when you're done shooting your Garand, OK?"
ME : "Whatever. Not like we have a reloading kit or something..."
LIMEY : "That bitch was brass mate!"
DRUG-DEALER : "No brass, no deal. Now get outta here."
AUSSIE : "Ah'll brass that bitch up mate!"
LIEUTENANT : "The operation was a success!"
COLONEL : "I noticed. I'm gonna bring it up with the Brass later on. Hope they accept the results though....you know how nervous and picky the Brass can be."
1)A word meaning bad/crap/shite
2)A word used to chow displeasure
1) You're brass at that game you bitch
2) "It costs £100000" "BRASS!"
courage, also known as balls,
yo u just fuckin jump'd a crook u got brass man
A military commander who has a lot of medals. Or just medals and awards.
The brass is in town, shape up.
That boy got some brass balls.
Look at the brass on him.
Adjective which causes its subject noun to be looked on in an unfavourable light, to say something is bad
Emile Heskey is brass