In the modern world, older people became very difficult to understand adolescents and youth. Millennials and Zumers constantly come up with new words and even invent their meanings of long -known concepts. That is why we created Dictionary of youth slang, To make it easier for you to figure it out of all.
What does “proof” mean
Prof – This is confirmation, fact, argument. The term came to our life with the advent of computers, online games and globalization of English. In the original translation, Proof means “proof”, however, it is easier for modern youth to say “proof”, because this option is shorter and pronounced faster.
The word is usually used in Internet salvings by commentators on YouTube and other services, gamers in online games, as well as just teenagers in colloquial speech and messengers. When they say “Give the Profs”, “Provide the Pruff” or “Profs to the Studio”, this means that they want to get confirmation of the said words from a person with facts (photographs, screenshots, documents).
If your child says that he received the five in an unloved subject at school, demand a proof. Suddenly his words will be Pink?
There are also derivatives from the word “proof”:
- Prufpik – this is a photograph confirming the reliability of the said (formed by combining the words Proof – proof and Picture – picture);
- Prufflink -evidence in the form of a link to any article refers to a person (formed from Proof and Link-link);
- Bring And Prophaus -Prove anything.
Now you know that proof and proofs are an analogue of the word “proof”, but you need to use slang correctly, so read the options for using words below.
Examples of using the word “proof”
This is all fun, of course, but Pruf can?
Provide proofs, please.
Here you are, Prufpik.
The day after tomorrow I will publish proofs on the channel.
What other proofs do you need from me?
What do you shruff? I can throw screenshots.