Definition of slut in English:

slut

noun

derogatory
  • 1A woman who has many casual sexual partners.

    • ‘Come on, support your sisters, don't talk about being sluts and whores.’
    • ‘Can she have sex without losing all control, being branded a slut?’
    • ‘She is introduced as a dim oversexed slut who works as a beauty parlor pedicurist.’
    • ‘I wasn't a slut in high school, but if I had stuck around my small town after graduation, I would have become one.’
    • ‘You're dressing like a slut.’
    • ‘There's also the obligatory nice hot chick (Jennifer Morrison) who's meant to balance out the film's other depictions of women as sluts, leeches and psychopaths.’
    • ‘"People think I'm just a slut having sex on screen but I didn't do it simply to jumpstart my career," she adds in the Express.’
    • ‘If you look at those who are successful in the tabloid business, day in, day out, they're called fat, ugly slappers, sluts…’
    • ‘And, just for the record, when I was that age, neither I (alas) nor anyone I knew was getting any at the rate purported by the sluts in this movie.’
    • ‘Her roles moved from ingenue to slut, and from spinster to "the first lady of fright."’
    • ‘Girls still can be labeled sluts if they're sexually free, whereas boys aren't.’
    promiscuous woman
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  • 2dated A woman with low standards of cleanliness.

    • ‘Although she was handsome in a blowsy way, she was such a slut, with holes in her stockings and grubby straps showing.’
    • ‘Women who have their eyebrows professionally plucked, blow-dry their hair for work and always know where they are when they wake up will arrive in the office with a hangover once a fortnight and say: "Oh, I'm such a slut."’

Origin

Middle English: of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

slut

/slʌt/