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FINSBURY PARK means: Finsbury park is London Cockney rhyming slang for arc light.

Meaning of FINSKI

FINSKI means: Finski is American slang for a five dollar bill.

Meaning of FIR

FIR means: Fir is slang for cannabis.

Meaning of FIRE ALARMS

FIRE ALARMS means: Fire alarms is British slang for arms.Fire alarms is British military slang for firearms.

Meaning of FIRE THE ACID

FIRE THE ACID means: Fire the acid is West Indian slang for to drink rum.

Meaning of FIREBALL

FIREBALL means: Fireball is slang for an energetic person.

Meaning of FIRED UP

FIRED UP means: Fired up is British slang for very drunk. Fired up is British slang for very angry.

Meaning of FIRED−UP

FIRED−UP means: Fired−up is slang for angry, furious. Fired−up is slang for sexually aroused.Fired−up is slang for stimulated by illegal drugs. Fired−up is slang for enthusiastic, excited.


FIREMAN'S HOSE means: Fireman's hose is Cockney rhyming slang for nose.

Meaning of FIREPROOF

FIREPROOF means: Fireproof is British slang for someone who is safe from blame and trouble.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of avoir de la chance

avoir de la chance means: be fortunate

Meaning of avoir de la bouteille

avoir de la bouteille means: become mellow; grow mellow

Meaning of avoir cours

avoir cours means: be in current use

Meaning of avoir bon espirt

avoir bon espirt means: be cooperative

Meaning of avoir beau faire

avoir beau faire means: be in vain

Meaning of avoir beau dire

avoir beau dire means: speak in vain; whatever someone says…

Meaning of avoir barre(s) sur qqn

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)

Meaning of avoir assez (en)

avoir assez (en) means: have enough

Meaning of avoir affaire à

avoir affaire à means: deal with; have dealings with

Meaning of avis aux amateurs

avis aux amateurs means: any takers? a word to the wise (lit.: advice to amateurs; n.b.: ironic or sarcastic)

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