A torres is a term which refers to a miss in football, in particular missing a really easy goal.
1. "Mate don't let Johnny play, all he ever does is torres"
2. "Man, what a torres, how could you miss an open goal from 4 yards?!?!"
a true love, somebody you can lean on, who always be there for you. The only person, who can ever really love you, because they care about you on more than a physical level.
A husband, is a torres to your life.
Norwegian name, used either as first name or as family name. Tørres is derivation from Torkjell, an old Norse name which is a combination of Tor and Kjell. Tor is a Norse God and Kjell means arrow head.
Those few who have this name is simply amazing, irresistible and godlike.
A: What's your name?
A: Are you Spanish?
T: No, I'm from Norway
A: Oh, but you have a Spanish name, like that football player, Fernando Torres
T: No, I'm not from Spain and my name has nothing to do with football. My first name is Norwegian and has its origins in Old Norse.
A: Really! Cool. Do you know what torres means in Spanish?
(n.)to miss an open net in football
man: Van Persie did a torres at yesterday match
friend: Yes, but at least he scored another chance
To be invited to an event, and commit to go but at the last second decide to not go out of pure laziness. Similar to flaking, but worse.
Lying and saying you're almost at point B when never have left Point A.
Making extreme excuses to not be at fault for not going with your commitment.
a.k.a Max level of Flaking
Hey Jake are you coming over for the party tonight? It's going to be great.
- Yeah man Ill be over there in an hour.
Jake never shows up.
Jake! Where are you !?
- Sorry girlfriend needed me because something came up
(Verb). To have a night out on the town, have a lot of very expensive drinks and finish the night without scoring.
Oh man, Johnny torres'ed so hard last night.
To fall from grace spectacularly and become absolutely terrible at everything you do as soon as you cut your hair!
Kieran: Oh man, Alain's done a Torres.
Phil: Yeah, he's just tripped over his own laces!
Is pronounced tor- (as in the "tor" in "toro") -eh (as in the "e" in "men"). As a noun, torré is synonymous with the words terrible and miserable. As a verb, torré denotes merciless punishment or verbal abuse. In both its grammatical forms, torré connotes total failure and explosive destructiveness, but, ironically, is dictated with a heightened sense of brio and excitement. Is frequently accompanied by a physical gesture: a tightly wrung right hand slamming into the open palm of a left hand for each time the word is said.
As a noun:
When Mike was asked how he performed on Ms. Villegas's chapter four test, he vigorously replied "Torré, torré, torré."
After receiving his second fail of the semester, Ellis vowed to never do so torré in life ever again.
As a verb:
When Jojo explained to Ms. Graber that she did not have the time to memorize her speech, Ms. Graber torréd her into a pulp.
Upon arriving at the front door to her house at 1:00 AM, much past her curfew, Mariam said "My parents are going to torré me for this!"