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".
by R. Clayton Jr November 29, 2005
The way British people say the word "ass"
Harry Potter doesn't like Draco Malfoy, so he told him, "Fuck off, man, you're such a arse!"
by Kirsti Ferret September 16, 2007
Spoken in a posh english accent, it can be used to describe a person as being an idiot.
Lord Rumsford: "I say Jeeves, I asked for a bottle of Château Margaux 1978, not 1977 you complete arse!"
Jeeves: "Very good sir"
by Manx bloke October 27, 2006
A word for "ass" that is prefered by pirates because pirates don't say 's'.
ARRRRRR, gimme a pAAARRRRate or al kick your arse an' eat your babies!
by mee-how June 10, 2005
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
by zimo August 16, 2004
(noun) most commonly used as butt. if you're feeling classy, instead of ass, say arse.
I just got my arse kicked!
by Pat June 14, 2004
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