ass – 1 a: (informal + impolite) BUTTOCKS —often used in emphatic reference to a specific person
Get your ass over here.
saved my ass
on one's ass (chiefly US, informal + impolite) – criticizing someone or telling someone what to do
She's always on my ass about getting a better job.
ass – ...
your ass – (mainly US offensive) yourself:
Get your ass in my office now!
ass – ...
bust your ass (doing something/to do something) (NAm, taboo, slang)
(also 'bust a gut' Brit and NAm, also NAm, informal 'bust your butt/chops/hump') (informal) – to make a great effort to do something
I busted my ass to get into law school.
It’s a problem which nobody is going to bust a gut trying to solve.
These guys were busting their butts on the field, trying to excel at athletics.
cover your ass (NAm, taboo, slang) (also 'cover your back' Brit and NAm, informal) – to realize that you may be blamed or criticized for something later and take action to avoid this
Get everything in writing in order to cover your ass.
get your ass in gear | move your ass (NAm) (Brit 'get your arse in gear, move your arse' ) (taboo, slang) – a rude way of telling somebody to hurry
If you get your ass in gear, we can make it out of here tonight.
get your ass over/in here, etc. (taboo, NAm, slang) – a rude way of telling somebody to come here, etc.
kick (some/somebody’s) ass (NAm, taboo, slang) – to punish or defeat somebody
ass – ...
(NAm vulgar slang)
one's ass – Oneself (used in phrases for emphasis) ...
bust one's ass (NAm vulgar slang) – Try very hard to do something.
haul ass (NAm vulgar slang) – Hurry or move fast.
*chew someone's ass (NAm vulgar slang) – Reprimand someone severely. ...
get your ass in gear (NAm vulgar slang) – (in imperative) Hurry.
put someone's ass in a sling (NAm vulgar slang) – Get someone into trouble.
whip someone's ass (NAm vulgar slang) – Beat someone in a fight or contest. ...
bust someone's ass (NAm vulgar slang) – Berate or harass someone.
*To my ears that should be 'chew so.('s ass) <> out.'
ass – ... 4 (mainly American) (impolite) – used in some expressions for emphasizing that you want someone to hurry, leave, or go to a particular place
Tell him to get his ass over here.
move your ass (= hurry): Move your ass or we’ll be late.
Siehe auch: got one' s ass busted up
I will take my annoyed ass to sleep and hopefully wake up in a better mood.
Siehe auch: annoyed ass
Siehe auch: watch your ass
I don't like the game!
Well, I’m so gonna whoop your ass!
Siehe auch: whoop your ass!
Under those circumstances, that must have steamed his ass.
Siehe auch: steamed his ass
The elephant trumpeted loudly, wrapped its trunk around Peter, and smashed his sorry ass against the railing, killing him instantly.
Siehe auch: his sorry ass
I overheard your conversation with her. You know. Before she whooped your ass.
Siehe auch: whooped your ass
... after taking out a little Island justice on him they hauled his ass down to the ferry dock and took him to the mainland to be locked up.
Siehe auch: Move your ass... - Komm in die Gänge...
Siehe auch: to cover your ass
the whole thing just frosted his ass. Machte ihn wütend?
Siehe auch: to frost one's ass
This guy was riding my ass all the way to work, and I was like, "Just pass me already" but he wouldn't. He just tailgated me the whole time. ...
"riding my ass" kann auch heißen "jemanden ständig kritisieren, fertigmachen, schuften lassen". (Jalapeño)
Siehe auch: riding my ass (car)
Siehe auch: to save someone's ass
She claims that he is a bad kid and that she has her hands full keeping his ass straight without doing the teachers' work, too.
Siehe auch: keeping his ass straight
A lot of help you were for a guy who knows that. You come an hour across the goddamn snow for my sorry ass but you wouldn’t come for some kids dead in the hills.” ...
etwa: mir armem Würstchen ...
wegen mir armen Sau ...
Siehe auch: for my sorry ass
Leaders often shout orders; generals bark; bellicose preachers, to save our souls, get gothic on our asses.
Siehe auch: get gothic on one's ass
Siehe auch: hope you chewed his ass
'Save your ass' is just a crude way to say 'save yourself.' The same construction is used in other contexts: my ass = me, myself, his ass = him, himself, your ass = you, yourself, etc. On a scale of vulgarity it's on about the same level as 'crap' -- big mistake with your boss, your teacher, or your mother, but boringly common among men and boys who want to sound macho. (hm -- us)
Siehe auch: to save one's ass (sl.) - #17
Ich lege dich flach im Sinne von ich kille dich (dude, q.e.p.d.)
Siehe auch: I'll lay your ass out
"ass" is frequently used to represent an entire person; for example:
get your ass over here - come over here
his worthless ass wouldn't know the difference - this idiot doesn't have a clue
she finally got her ass on a motorcycle and loved it - she finally rode on a motorcycle ... (dude, q.e.p.d.)
Siehe auch: if it was my unknown ass - #5
Siehe auch: Then you can kiss your ass goodbye!