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!
автор: j4yt34 26 декабря 2009
Slang. An alternative to the word quid (meaning the British Pound)
Lend me a squid
автор: Stuie999 29 августа 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"
автор: LeCrimsonEcho 16 июля 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.
автор: tea_and_crumpets 31 августа 2010
a sailor
The clubs are loaded with squids.
автор: mesoglea 23 ноября 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"
автор: number87 14 июня 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.
автор: 90stelevision 6 июня 2012

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