(used with a plural verb) Vulgar. ballocks
(used with a singular or plural verb) British Slang: Vulgar. rubbish; nonsense; claptrap (often used as an interjection).
"Bollocks" /ˈbɒləks/ is a word of Middle English origin, meaning "testicles". The
word is often used figuratively in British English and Hiberno-English as a noun ...
That Mel Gibson movie was a load of bollocks. 2. That Tony Blair is talking
bollocks. 3. That curry was the bollocks! 4. That your wife is the dog's bollocks
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1 chiefly British, usually vulgar : testicles. 2 chiefly British, usually vulgar :
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Noun. bollocks (uncountable) (rarely used in the singular) ... That's a load
of bollocks, mate! (Ireland ... (Britain, vulgar) A contraction of the dog's bollocks.
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[Middle English ballok, from Old English beallucas, testicles; see bhel- in Indo-
European roots.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth ...
Look up bollocks at Dictionary.com: "testicles," 1744, see bollix. In British slang,
as an ejaculation meaning "nonsense," recorded from 1919. Introduction and ...