CARRY−OUT means: Carry−out is British slang for beer or other alcoholic drink bought from a pub at closing time for consumption off the premises.
CARRYING means: Carrying is slang for in possession of firearms or illicit drugs. Carrying is British slang for having plenty of money on the person.
CARSE means: Carse is Dorset slang for course.
CARTWHEEL means: Cartwheel is American slang for a large coin, especially the silver dollar.
CARVE means: Carve is British slang for attack with a knife, cut or stab with a knife.
CARVE UP means: Carve up is British slang for to deliberately ruin someone's chances. Carve up is British slang for to cut in front of another driver.
CARVE−UP means: Carve−up is British slang for the distribution of something, such as of booty. Carve−up is British slang for a swindle or conspiracy that ruins one's chances.
CARVER means: Carveris British slang for a knife when used as a weapon.
CARVING KNIFE means: Carving knife is London Cockney rhyming slang for wife.
CARZEY means: Carzey is Cockney slang for a lavatory; toilet.
avoir un cœur d’artichaut means: be flighty (lit.: have a heart of an artichoke)
avoir un chat dans la gorge means: have a frog in one’s throat (lit.: have a cat in one’s throat)
avoir un balai dans le cul means: be uptight; have a stick up your ass
avoir ton/son affaire means: have what you/he/she wants (lit.: to have someone’s matter)
avoir sur le dos means: be saddled with
avoir quelque chose derrière la tête means: have something in the back of one’s mind
avoir quelque chose de louche means: something is fishy
avoir qqn dans le nez means: hate someone
avoir qqn aux trousses means: have someone hot on one’s heels
avoir peur means: be afraid
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