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Meaning of BAIL ON SOMEONE

BAIL ON SOMEONE means: Bail on someone is American slang for to burden or trouble someone.

Meaning of BAIL OUT

BAIL OUT means: Bail out is slang for to leave quickly.

Meaning of BAIL UP

BAIL UP means: Bail up is Australian slang for to rob or hold up; delay.

Meaning of BAIT

BAIT means: Bait is slang for an attractive potential sexual partner.

Meaning of BAKE IT

BAKE IT means: Bake it is slang for to resist the urge to defecate.

Meaning of BAKED BEAN

BAKED BEAN means: Baked bean is London Cockney rhyming slang for queen.

Meaning of BAKED BEANS

BAKED BEANS means: Baked beans is London Cockney rhyming slang for jeans.

Meaning of BAKED POTATO

BAKED POTATO means: Baked potato is London Cockney rhyming slang for waiter.

Meaning of BAKER'S DOZEN

BAKER'S DOZEN means: Baker's dozen is London Cockney rhyming slang for cousin.

Meaning of BAKING−SPITTLE

BAKING−SPITTLE means: Baking−spittle is northern English slang for the tongue.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of Hemmed p

Hemmed p means:

Meaning of Grandma's dacha

Grandma's dacha means:

Meaning of mae

mae means: money earned implicitly

Meaning of Chutiya

Chutiya means:

Meaning of henna

henna means:

Meaning of Channel-surfing

Channel-surfing means:

Meaning of DickRiding

DickRiding means: Dick Riding Is When Someone Over Praise Another Person With Intentions To Get Noticed, Or To Get Approval By That Person. This Person Acts Like A "Groupie" In Hope On Obtaining Extra Cool Points From That Person.

Meaning of boycott

boycott means:

Meaning of monkey on a stick

monkey on a stick means:

Meaning of Wiff of the bar maids apron , means non of the things listed, it referes to someone who cant take his drink , back in the 1960's/70's "one wiff of the barmaids apron , He's pissed"

Wiff of the bar maids apron , means non of the things listed, it referes to someone who cant take his drink , back in the 1960's/70's "one wiff of the barmaids apron , He's pissed" means:

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