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dipshit

1. noun, rude slang One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dipshit.
2. adjective, rude slang Stupid or foolish. Wow, that was a real dipshit plan—no wonder it didn't work out.

dipstick

1. One who is stupid or foolish. Geez, he keeps pulling on a door that's clearly marked "push"—what a dipstick.
2. vulgar slang A penis. Hey, I don't want to see your dipstick—pull up your pants!

dipshit

1. and diphead and dipstick n. an oaf; a jerk. (see also dip.) Look, dipstick, I’m in a hurry. Don’t be such a diphead!
2. mod. pertaining to someone or something obnoxious, stupid, or offensive. (Usually objectionable.) Here’s another one of his dipshit ideas.

dipstick

verb

dipstick

1. n. the penis. (From the name of the metal stick used to measure the amount of oil in an automobile engine. Usually objectionable.) He held his hands over his dipstick and ran for the bedroom.
2. Go to dipshit.
References in periodicals archive ?
Women will be offered a dipstick urine test used by GPs with a smartphone app that can accurately scan the sample by following the instructions of a virtual nurse.
While the family physicians may use the dipstick test to diagnose an infection based on clinical signs and symptoms, the hospital-based physicians may order a dipstick test to screen a patient, and then follow up with quantitative culture.
This award will allow ATD to further develop a dipstick for the detection of acetaminophen protein adducts in human blood," ATD's Laura James said in a news release.
You guessed it, "a dipstick." At that moment, the pride was gone and I felt like a "dipstick."
Well the flight was good, my friend had the time of his life, pride was back and luckily there was another L-5 on the field from which I could ah, borrow, a dipstick and have one made at a machine shop.
Dipstick: Because you're a Dipstick; see definition above.
A dipstick for a woman with 3.2 g of protein in 1,500 cc/day of urine will report 20 mg/dL of protein, erroneously suggesting that only a trace of protein is present.
"It is possible that a physician may choose to admit the patient, order the lab, and get a dipstick the next morning before seeing the protein level in a timed collection of urine.
(31) Based on the results of these studies and the recommendations of other groups, it is reasonable to reserve urine protein testing (using a more accurate method than a dipstick) for women with an elevated blood pressure.
As reported in the open-access journal PloS Medicine, colleagues at the Centre de Recherche Medicale et Sanitaire in Niger have developed a dipstick test to identify and differentiate the four types of bacteria that cause meningitis.
A dipstick test has been developed that can detect this excess with a color reaction.
Whether a dipstick test alone is accurate enough in screening for bacteriuria is moot.
Study findings indicated that most of the sediment abnormalities missed by a dipstick screening program were of no clinical significance.3
Half of our urinalysis specimens were normal on a dipstick screen.
Several authors from medium to large hospitals have calculated that a dipstick urinalysis screening program yields annual direct-cost savings in the $10,000 range.2, 3 These estimates do not include the cost of unrevealing follow-up studies prompted by sediment abnormalities that do not reflect any underlying pathology.