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 barre(s) sur qqn means: have an advantage over sb; have power over sb; have a hold on sb (lit.: have bar(s) over someone)
avoir assez (en) means: have enough
avoir affaire à means: deal with; have dealings with
avis aux amateurs means: any takers? a word to the wise (lit.: advice to amateurs; n.b.: ironic or sarcastic)
avec tout le tralala means: the works; with everything; with a great fuss
avec précaution means: cautiously; carefully
avaler ses mots means: mumble (lit.: to swallow one’s words)
avaler des couleuvres means: put up with a lot; swallow one’s pride
aux abois means: in desperate straits (used for people); at bay (used for animals) (lit.: at the baying)
au ralenti means: au rabaisidiom. at bargain rates; at a deep discount. 1. On achetait les provisions au rabais.idiom. in slow motion
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