Noun: to describe a child that is defiant towards authority; usually in a situation that the child is aware of a rule but continues to be negligent or "forgetful".
In expletive form: to release, and or solidify frustration of children fitting the description of a squid.
Noun: How many times has Timmy broken that rule? Man, what a squid!, or,Quit being a squid and follow the rules.
Expletive form:
why won't these kids listen?.....(sigh) Squids!
Por j4yt34 26 de diciembre de 2009
Slang. An alternative to the word quid (meaning the British Pound)
Lend me a squid
Por Stuie999 29 de agosto de 2008
A meaning worse than of being a complete noob. A definition of supreme scrubity. That is being called a squid.
"OH MY GOD JACK YOU SQUID YOU JUST GOT WREQT"
Por LeCrimsonEcho 16 de julio de 2014
The plural version of 'quid' which means one pound (British sterling- GBP). Squid is any amount above one pound.
Man: newspaper please
newsagent: that'll be a quid

Girl1: Please can you lend me some money, I really need it to pay back my mum.

Girl2: how much do you need?
Girl1: twenty squid.
Por tea_and_crumpets 31 de agosto de 2010
a sailor
The clubs are loaded with squids.
Por mesoglea 23 de noviembre de 2002
A prison inmate that as been there for a long period of time but still doesn't know the whole jail system and is completely useless
Joe: "Look at Steve over there he's double dialing the prison phones"

Lucus: "Wow what a squid"
Por number87 14 de junio de 2012
A new kid in a group, or generally someone new in an established group of people. Comes from Rocket Power on Nickelodeon.
Who's that new kid across the street?
Oh, he's just the new squid.
Por 90stelevision 06 de junio de 2012

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