AC/DC

or A.C./D.C., ac/dc, a-c/d-c, a.c.-d.c.

AC/DC

[ey-see-dee-see]
adjective Slang.
  1. sexually responsive to both men and women; bisexual.

Origin of AC/DC

1940–45, for an earlier sense; 1960–65 for this use
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British Dictionary definitions for ac-dc

AC/DC

adjective
  1. informal (of a person) bisexual

Word Origin for AC/DC

C20: humorous reference to electrical apparatus that is adaptable for alternating current and direct current
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Word Origin and History for ac-dc

AC/DC

adj.

electronics abbreviation of alternating current/direct current, by 1898. As slang for "bisexual," 1959, said to have been in use orally from c.1940; the notion is of working both ways.

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