Meaning of ASS in English

ASS

ass /æs/ BrE AmE noun [countable]

[ Sense 1: Language: Old English ; Origin: assa , from Latin asinus ]

[ Sense 2: Date: 1800-1900 ; Origin: Changed spelling of arse (11-21 centuries) , from Old English ærs , ears ]

1 . not polite a stupid annoying person SYN fool :

He’s a pompous ass.

make an ass of yourself (=do something stupid or embarrassing)

2 . American English not polite the part of your body that you sit on

3 . old use a ↑ donkey

⇨ ↑ arse 1 , ⇨ get your butt/ass in gear at ↑ gear 1 (8), ⇨ haul ass at ↑ haul 1 (5), ⇨ kick ass at ↑ kick 1 (8), ⇨ kick sb’s ass at ↑ kick 1 (7), ⇨ kiss sb’s ass at ↑ kiss 1 (6), ⇨ be a pain in the ass at ↑ pain 1 (3), ⇨ piece of ass at ↑ piece 1 (22), ⇨ ↑ smart arse , ⇨ work your ass off at ↑ work 1 (30)

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.      Longman - Словарь современного английского языка.