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Meaning of FIGHTING FIFTH

FIGHTING FIFTH means: Fighting fifth is British military slang for syphilis.

Meaning of FIGURE OF EIGHT

FIGURE OF EIGHT means: Figure of eight is London Cockney rhyming slang for oral sex (plate).

Meaning of FILBERT

FILBERT means: Filbert was old British slang for the head.

Meaning of FILE

FILE means: File is slang for a shrewd or artful person. File is slang for a pickpocket.File is slang for to pick a pocket.

Meaning of FILFTH

FILFTH means: Filfth is British slang for the police.

Meaning of FILFTHY

FILFTHY means: Filfthy is British slang for extremely wealthy.

Meaning of FILL IN

FILL IN means: Fill in is slang for to attack and injure severely.

Meaning of FILL UP THE TORY SWIMMING POOL

FILL UP THE TORY SWIMMING POOL means: Fill up the Tory swimming pool is American slang for to vomit.

Meaning of FILLET OF COD

FILLET OF COD means: Fillet of cod is British rhyming slang for an offensive person (sod).

Meaning of FILLET OF PLAICE

FILLET OF PLAICE means: Fillet of plaice is London Cockney rhyming slang for the face.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of mcm

mcm means: Men crush mondays

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Meaning of avorton

avorton means: runt

Meaning of avoir vent de qch

avoir vent de qch means: get wind of something

Meaning of avoir une peur bleue de qch

avoir une peur bleue de qch means: be scared stiff of something

Meaning of avoir une mine

avoir une mine means: look like…

Meaning of avoir une faim de loup

avoir une faim de loup means: be ravenous; be famished; be hungry as a bear

Meaning of avoir une extinction de voix

avoir une extinction de voix means: lose one’s voice

Meaning of avoir une dent contre qn

avoir une dent contre qn means: have a grudge against someone; hold a grudge against someone (lit.: have a tooth against someone)

Meaning of avoir une araignée au plafond

avoir une araignée au plafond means: have a screw loose; have bats in one’s belfry (lit.: to have a spider in the head)

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