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old ladyan affectionate term given to a female mate by her significant other - by her ol' man, regardless of ageadded by anonymous
2 days ago
poppie joeA guy named Joe being a grandfather or great grandfatheradded by anonymous
2 days ago
got a kickout of something or someoneFind something or someone very interesting.added by anonymous
3 days ago
wbyceiydboWe'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours.added by anonymous
3 days ago
to trumpTo pass wind, particularly loudlyadded by anonymous
4 days ago
split secondTo happen very quickly (typically in less than a second)added by anonymous
8 days ago
for peat sakeexpresses exasperationadded by anonymous
8 days ago
seeing in day lightusually also, with a surprise mark at the end of the idiom, it is a suffix or a prefix about events, which are surprising, happened or while happening, expressing the teller, astonishment.added by bridgit
11 days ago
to dog flyto be having a fine only progressadded by bridgit
11 days ago
to be faced downto be finishedadded by bridgit
11 days ago
mi clugs fair whistledRunning that fast in clogsadded by anonymous
11 days ago
neat freakA Person who has to have everything Clean and in Order.added by anonymous
16 days ago
neat freakA Person who has to have everything in Order and Clean.added by anonymous
16 days ago
shining his a**holeWhen the person being referred to is being unreasonable or behaving odd.added by anonymous
16 days ago
it was worth itit deserved itadded by menna.agamy20
18 days ago
same sh*t, different dayThe same everyday problems, just a diffrent day.added by anonymous
24 days ago
widow's walkA roof-top walkway or balcony associated with the homes of early sea captains from which the wife could see far out to sea and hope to catch a glimpse of her returning husband's ship...or not. Sailing in wooden ships and/or whaling was a hazardous business.added by anonymous
28 days ago
the one who always envies someone in society, will never live in gaietyThis idiom means that if a person spends time complaining, criticizing and whining about what everyone else does, owns, or how successful other people are about their financial situation, job career, or results they get, instead of focusing and trying their best to improve one's situation, the only consequence is that this behavior will keep them in the guts, that is, at a lower life level than the one they wish to be.added by Antogranata
29 days ago
to have a brush withTo encounteradded by anonymous
1 month ago
de tanto aprontar, hoje conheço as artimanhas de quem pensa em me enganar.For those who want to fool me, I've learned how to behave after make a lot of bad things.added by mturchetti
1 month ago
never mind that. where's that big, fat billiken of mine?Said by Oliver Hardy's wife in a sequence of the movie Block-Heads (1938)added by anonymous
1 month ago
in spite of his statureThe person was tall and huskyadded by anonymous
1 month ago
sushi tuna saku blockIt is a tuna cut that is sold and it is used to make sushi or poke. This tuna can be yellowfin (Ahi in Hawaiian language) or bluefin.added by isaiassaldana
2 months ago
swankieExpensive; luxury, high-end.added by Smashdarealist
2 months ago
f*ck how it turn outI don't care about how it ends or simply not bothered.added by Smashdarealist
2 months ago
you did it! congratulations!Used informally to deliver a sense of accomplishment to a person on their great achievement.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
congratulations! you made me so proud!Used to express pride and congratulate someone close to you on his/her achievement.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
way to go! congrats!Phrase used to congratulate someone informally.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
congratulations! i knew you had it in you.Used to congratulate someone on their achievement.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
this calls for a party! congratulations!Informal phrase used to congratulate someone on their achievement.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
bravo! you aced it! congrats!Used to congratulate someone informally who accomplished an achievement.added by angbeenc
2 months ago
there is no nobel soul.A person who always keep a promises.added by anonymous
2 months ago
who do you think you are, you've not been to cardiff?You dont know anything. You have no knowkedge of the world or any wisdom.added by anonymous
2 months ago
y aller bon jeu bon argentTo set about a thing in earnest.added by anonymous
2 months ago
voyager par la diligence d’adamTo travel on shanks’ nag.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous y connaissez-vous en vins?Are you a judge of wine?added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous vous y casserez le nez1. You will fall on your face. 2. You will knock up against something. 3. You will fail in that.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous vous payez de motsYou are the dupe of words; You are taken in by empty words.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous vous êtes mis dans votre tortYou put yourself in the wrong.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous vous appuyez sur un roseauYou are trusting to a broken reed.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous vous adressez mal; vous vous adressez bien (ironic.)You have come to the wrong person; You have mistaken your man.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous voilà joli garçon!A pretty fellow you are!added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous voilà bien avancé! (ironic.)Here you are in a pretty mess! What good have you gained by that?added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous viendrez cuire à mon fourSome day you will need my assistance.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous verrez beau jeu si la corde ne romptYou will see fine fun if no accident happens, if no hitch occurs.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous venez à point nomméYou come in the nick of time, at the necessary moment, just when you are wanted.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous touchez la corde sensibleYou are touching the sore point.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous prenez tout en malYou put a wrong construction on everything.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous prêchez un convertiYou are talking to a man who thinks with you.added by anonymous
2 months ago
vous pouvez faire des commandes en mon nom jusqu’à concurrence de 5,000 francsYou can order goods in my name to the amount of £200.added by anonymous
2 months ago

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