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a pot to pee in

rude slang Any money at all. Usually used in negative constructions. Primarily heard in US. It sounds like Betsy doesn't have a pot to pee in. So what makes you think she's going to loan you money? Back then I was just a broke college student without a pot to pee in, but I managed to get by somehow.
See also: pee, pot, to

go pee-pee

To urinate. This phrase is typically used with children. Sweetheart, do you have to go pee-pee before we leave the house?
See also: go

it's raining harder than a cow peeing on a flat rock

rude slang It is raining very intensely. I hope you have your umbrella, because it's raining harder than a cow peeing on a flat rock out there.
See also: cow, flat, hard, on, pee, rain, rock

like a cow peeing on a flat rock

slang With intensity, typically of rain. I hope you have your umbrella because it's raining like a cow peeing on a flat rock right now.
See also: cow, flat, like, on, pee, rock

not have a pot to pee in (or a window to throw it out of)

rude slang To be utterly broke or destitute. Primarily heard in US. It sounds like Betsy doesn't have a pot to pee in. So what makes you think she's going to loan you money? Back then I didn't have a pot to pee in or a window to throw it out of, but I managed to get by somehow.
See also: have, not, out, pee, pot, throw, to, window

not have a pot to piss in

rude slang To be broke or destitute. It sounds like Betsy doesn't have a pot to piss in. So what makes you think she's going to loan you money?
See also: have, not, piss, pot, to

pee (one's) pants

1. Literally, to urinate while still wearing one's clothing. I need you to pull over the car right now, or else I'm going to pee my pants!
2. To laugh in a hysterical or uncontrollable manner (i.e., to the point where one might actually urinate in one's pants). Wow, that standup comedy was great! She had the audience peeing their pants!
3. To be absolutely petrified with terror; to be scared out of one's wits. I was peeing my pants when that huge burly guy started threatening me and my girlfriend.
See also: pant, pee

pee in (someone's) Cheerios

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to pee in your Cheerios, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is in a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who peed in his Cheerios?"
See also: Cheerio, pee

pee in (someone's) Corn Flakes

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to pee in your Corn Flakes, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is in a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who peed in his Corn Flakes?"
See also: corn, Flake, pee

pee like a racehorse

rude slang To excrete an excessive amount of urine; to urinate for a long time. This is why I don't drink lots of beer: only a couple of pints and I'm already peeing like a racehorse. Can we pull over soon? I need to pee like a racehorse!
See also: like, pee, racehorse

pee off

1. rude slang To greatly anger or irritate someone. A euphemistic variant of "piss off." A noun or pronoun can be used between "pee" and "off." I think I might start cycling to work in the morning—this traffic really pees me off! I think I peed off Janet with my comment earlier.
2. rude slang To depart from somewhere quickly or abruptly. Often used as an imperative. Why don't you just pee off if you're not going to help us?
See also: off, pee

peed

slang Angry. A mild substitute for the slang term "pissed." (Also formed as "p'd" and "p'ed.") I could tell that he was peed, so I just gave him some space to cool off.
See also: pee

peed off

Angry. A substitution for "pissed off." I don't really want to talk about it in front of the kids, but I got a speeding ticket today, and I'm so peed off!
See also: off, pee
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

peed off

annoyed or irritated. informal
Pee represents the initial letter of piss , and the phrase is used euphemistically as a slightly less vulgar expression than pissed off.
See also: off, pee

not have a pot to piss in

be very poor. North American
See also: have, not, piss, pot, to
Farlex Partner Idioms Dictionary © Farlex 2017

pee’d

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Euphemistic for pissed.) His old lady gets pee’d after a few beers.

pee’d off

mod. extremely angry. (Euphemistic for pissed (off).) I’ve never been so pee’d off in my life!
See also: off
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

go pee-pee

To urinate.
See also: go
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

pot to pee/piss in, not have a

Be extremely poor. This slangy Americanism, as in “The stock market crash wiped him out—now he hasn’t a pot to pee in,” dates from about 1900. The pot in question is a chamber pot.
See also: have, not, pee, piss, pot, to
The Dictionary of Clichés by Christine Ammer Copyright © 2013 by Christine Ammer
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Co- and preincubations were performed with the concentrations of the PEEs that presented the best cytoprotective effects against peroxyl radicals.
The efficiency of the PEEs on the free radical scavenging mechanism was evaluated employing ORAC methods, using as target molecules fluorescein (ORAC-FL) andredpyrogallol (ORAC-PGR).
Nonetheless, our results indicate that despite the effectiveness of coincubation in reducing the MDA levels due to the fast kinetics of free radical scavenging mechanisms, the most relevant cytoprotective mechanism induced by the PEEs from the selected native berries was achieved by intracellular anti-oxidant mechanisms.
Caption: Figure 1: Effects of the PEEs on cell viability of AGS cells challenged with peroxyl radicals (AAPH, 168 mM).
Caption: Figure 2: Effects of the PEEs in cell viability of AGS cells challenged with [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] (1.5 mM) + [Cu.sup.2+] (410 [micro]M).
Fractionation of the PEE for polyphenols identification
The aim of the PEE fractionation was to identify the most active fractions to allow a better chemical identification of the compounds.
The PEE from March was selected for the fractionation and identification of polyphenolic compounds.
Abbreviations: PEE, propolis ethanolic extract; TP, total phenolic; NFP, non-flavonoids phenolics; FP, flavonoid phenolics; QE, quercetin equivalents; NE, naringenin equivalents; GAE, gallic acid equivalent; LPS, lipopolysaccharide; PVDF, polyvinylidene fluoride; iNOS, inducible nitric oxide synthase; COX-2, cyclooxigenase-2; PG.
"I think there are clearly some guys who are front-runners and some guys who are starting to push and come around," Pees said.
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Pees admitted the meltdown made for a long offseason.
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CUTLINE: Defensive coordinator Dean Pees put the emphasis on his side of the ball yesterday, talking about those who are in training camp, like newcomer Adalius Thomas, left, and those who are not, like holdout Asante Samuel, right.