verb, intrans., UK. To bother or make an effort, esp. in the negative.
"I was supposed to hand in an essay by tuesday, but I couldn't be arsed to write it".
it's what British people call ass.
it's totally lame, and it's how you can tell that somebody is a tea drinking little bitch
Guy 1: You silly arse
Guy 2: Did you just call me an arse? What a fag
Stevie bought a bottle of Bell's whiskey at the station and had arsed the lot by the time the train rolled into Waverley.
1. Buttocks/ anus
2. to arse around vi: equivalent to bum around
. loaf around, be lazy.
3. arse about: muck about, waste time, be stupid
1. Get off yer fat arse
2. Stop arsing around
3. Stop arsing about
Also widely used in the USA (as long as I can remember and I'm over 50 years) instead of "ass", when making reference to the gluteus maximus when in mixed company
"Look at that, he walks like he has a broomstick up his arse." "Yes, he's the maintenance man, he sweeps up around here"
English/Australian word for 'ass'.
There, Uncle Sam, I said 'arse'! Are you gonna go and taddle to the American flag? HUH?!?
American Reasearch Society of Eggs
Tourist: I want to visit your A R S E
Security: Want to get some coffee, from our A R S E?