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Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of THRILL

THRILL means: Thrill is slang for an orgasm.

Meaning of THROAT

THROAT means: Throat is American slang for a studious person.

Meaning of THRONE

THRONE means: Throne is slang for a toilet pedestal.

Meaning of THRONE ROOM

THRONE ROOM means: Throne room is slang for a toilet.

Meaning of THROTTLE A DARKIE

THROTTLE A DARKIE means: Throttle a darkie is Australian slang for to defecate.

Meaning of THROTTLE ONE

THROTTLE ONE means: Throttle one is Australian slang for to defecate.

Meaning of THROTTLE PIT

THROTTLE PIT means: Throttle pit is Australian slang for a toilet.

Meaning of THROW

THROW means: Throw is slang for to vomit.

Meaning of THROW A MENTAL

THROW A MENTAL means: Throw a mental is American slang for lose one's composure, lose one's temper.

Meaning of THROW A SICKIE

THROW A SICKIE means: Throw a sickie is slang for falsely claim to be ill.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of araignée au plafond

araignée au plafond means: have bats in the belfry; be batty

Meaning of après coup

après coup means: after the event; after the fact

Meaning of appuyer sur le champignon

appuyer sur le champignon means: floor it; keep one’s foot on the accelerator (lit.: press on the mushroom)

Meaning of appeler un chat un chat

appeler un chat un chat means: call a spade a spade

Meaning of announcer la couleur

announcer la couleur means: lay one’s cards on the table (lit.: to annouce the color)

Meaning of aller dinguer

aller dinguer means: fall flat on one's face; go crashing down

Meaning of âme damnée

âme damnée means: henchman; tool (lit.: soul damned)

Meaning of aller sur les brisées de qqn

aller sur les brisées de qqn means: tread on someone’s territory

Meaning of aller de soi

aller de soi means: be self-evident

Meaning of ajouter fois aux dires de qn

ajouter fois aux dires de qn means: give credence to sb’s words (lit.: to add faith to what someone says)

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