Cannot or will not make the effort. Does not give a shit.
1. Some contributors can't be arsed with their spelling. see "aresed"
2. "Don't go makin' a half arsed job of it"
by Hoots November 23, 2005
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Bothered. See also arse and arsey
I really can't be aresed to do anything at work today!
by Steven Norgate January 31, 2003
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The verb "arsed"
Synonym: bothered
"I couldn't be arsed."

"He wasn't arsed."

An example of how this is used in conversation:
"What do you want for tea?"
"I don't know, I'm not arsed."
by Kelly December 23, 2004
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1) That little town on the road to Heavington between Plowed and Blotto

2) Irretrievably drunk - past the point of it being fun but short of it being dangerous.
1) Check out Phil over there at the bar clinging to his stool like he's riding piggyback - methinks our boy be arsed!

2) OK, I'm arsed. If I get to the morning without hurling, I deserve a fecking medal.
by The Evil Steve August 17, 2005
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The word for a persons rear end spoken by people who use correct english
Americans are so dumb that they cannot pronounce a word in their own language.
They say 'ass' for 'arse'
Ass is a synonym for Donkey. Poor Donkey!
by totem_pole November 26, 2014
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The correct spelling for a persons buttocks or behind.

The Americans are stupid and spell it "ass" like a donkey.

This term can also be used to insult.
"My arse is huge!"

"Stop being such an arse."
by andrew March 2, 2005
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The original spelling of the word that has now been high jacked by the dumb-arse yanks - still means a rear end or stupid.
The stupid arse-hole American had a face like a spanked arse.
by Your Mamas Growler October 3, 2003
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