n. and sub; hoagy; torpedo; grinder; poor boy; hero. a long sandwich containing many different foods. (Sometimes many feet long. It is cut into smaller segments for serving a group. Usually contains sliced meats and cheese, as well as tomatoes and onions. Terms vary depending on where you are in the country.) : He ordered a submarine, but he couldn't finish it.
n. a large marijuana cigarette. : Look at the size of that sub!
n. [menstrual] tampon. : My God! I'm out of submarines!
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition. Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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He has already gotten a patent for his improved pepper grinder.
These were not the organ grinder with his monkey or a completely illiterate gangster.
Using a grinder attachment for a stand mixer, push all contents though grinder, including liquids.
In the future, a giant meat grinder will smash up books and electricity will put them in your brain.
He worked as a highly proficient grinder of lenses for telescopes and microscopes while pursuing his philosophical interests.
Well they can hold the meat grinder of life up to my face and push me through it.
Children can learn about the joys of freshly ground spices with this well-designed rotary grinder.
If you have a coffee grinder, you have a spice grinder.
The mixture can also be ground in a meat grinder using a medium blade.
The employer could not provide information as to where the bench grinder was purchased.