Good, great, excellent. Often used in conjunction with 'mate'. Mainly used in Birmingham, by people such as Lisa Dutton.
Birmingham, its bostin mate
great, or really good. Mainly used in Birmingham, UK
I had a bostin night last night
brilliant; fantastic; excellent; derived from the Anglo-Saxon 'bosten', meaning 'something to boast about' and now used almost exclusively in the Greater Birmingham area of the UK
I had a bostin balti last night at the Kashmiri Cottage.
superlative usually substituted for great, similar to crackin.
ar It were bostin aye It?
to surpass the expected.
That pint of ale was well bostin, I expected it to be as flat as Britney b4 the boob job.
An exclamation of suprise or excitement.
After hearing of his payrise John started shouting ''Bostin'' at everyone.