PICTURE FRAME means: Picture frame is American tramp slang for the gallows
PICTURE IN THE ATTIC means: Picture in the attic is British slang for a young person who tries to act much older than they are.
PIDDLE means: Piddle is British slang for to urinate.
PIDDLE ABOUT means: Piddle about is slang for to mess around, waste time.
PIDDLED means: Piddled is British slang for very drunk, intoxicated.
PIDDLING means: Piddling is slang for trivial, insignificant.
PIDDLING IT DOWN means: Piddling it down is slang for raining.
PIE 'N' LIQUOR means: Pie 'n' liquor is British London Cockney rhyming slang for vicar.
PIE AND MASH means: Pie and mash is London Cockney rhyming slang for cash.Pie and mash is London Cockney rhyming slang for ostentatious (flash).Pie and mash is London Cockney rhyming slang for urination (slash).
PIE AND ONE means: Pie and one is London Cockney rhyming slang for a son. Pie and one is London Cockney rhyming slang for the sun.
acheter chat en poche means: buy a pig in a poke (lit.: buy a cat in the pocket)
accorder ses violons means: get one’s story straight (lit.: to tune one’s violins; n.b: usually used in the plural to refer to several people collaborating to create or agree upon a
abruti means: idiot, twit, jerk (n.b.: colloquial) (e.g.: il est un abruti)
abonder en/dans le sense de means: be entirely in agreement with (lit.: be full in the sense of)
abattre son jeu means: show one’s hand (lit.: bring out one’s play)
abattre ses cartes means: show one’s cards; show one’s hand (lit.: bring out one’s cards)
abattre du travail means: get through a lot of work (lit.: cut down/through the work)
à vue de nez means: roughly
à votre aise means: suit yourself; as you like (lit.: to your pleasure)
à tue-tête means: at the top of one’s lungs
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