lose (one's) cherry

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lose (one's) cherry

1. vulgar slang To have sexual intercourse for the first time. There is nothing wrong with waiting until you're absolutely ready before you lose your cherry. Too many people try to pressure you into it from too young an age.
2. vulgar slang To do something for the first time, often that which is particularly daunting, difficult, dangerous, illicit, etc. Somebody pass Marcus the joint, he still needs to lose his cherry tonight! For her birthday, I bought my friend Samantha a voucher so she could lose her cherry sky diving.
See also: cherry, lose
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EVERY sperm-brained little schoolboy dreams of losing his cherry to an older woman.
They're not necessarily heroes; the film's centre-piece is an interlude with a couple of German girls where Collier shows a sensitive side and the kid plays the piano before (presumably) losing his cherry.
The one who's supported them through the bad old days, who should right now be feeling like a teenager after losing his cherry.