What does the word dickhead mean

dickhead (English)

Part of speech: noun

Hyphenation:
dick | head, Plural: dick | heads
Word meaning / definition:
1) Big-headed, stupid person, moron

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“When I was younger, from primary school at 14, you just needed to call me a dickhead and I’d have a fight with you. A physical fight. I don't know why. " An angry Antonio is difficult to picture.
The Guardian, Jan. 5, 2020

Drugs make you into a dickhead. The happier I've become, the less I've wanted to be destructive, transported somewhere else. But it took a few years to no longer feel I was missing out.
The Guardian, May 10, 2020

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thick:… 3) vulgar: bellows, bum Synonyms: 1) private eye 2) vulgar: cock, prick 3) vulgar: dickhead, jerk, asshole Examples of use: 1) He works as a dick in the evening. 2) I need ...


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