GENTLEMAN ACTOR means: Gentleman actor is British theatre slang for a bland but handsome actor or actress.
GENTLEMAN OF THE PAD means: Gentleman of the pad was old British slang for a highwayman. Gentleman of the pad was old British slang for a street−robber.
GENTLEMAN OF THE ROAD means: Gentleman of the road is British and New Zealand slang for a tramp or vagrant. Gentleman of the road was th and th century British slang for a highwayman.
GEOFF HURST means: Geoff Hurst is London Cockney rhyming slang for first. Geoff Hurst is London Cockney rhyming slang for thirst.
GEOFFREY CHAUCER means: Geoffrey Chaucer is London Cockney rhyming slang for saucer.
GEORDIE means: Geordie is British slang for someone from Newcastle or Tyneside in north−east England.
GEORGE means: George is American slang for excellent, first−rate, fine. George is slang for heroin.
GEORGE AND RINGO means: George and Ringo is London Cockney rhyming slang for bingo.
GEORGE AND ZIPPY means: George and Zippy is London Cockney rhyming slang for cold (nippy).
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW means: George Bernard Shaw is London Cockney rhyming slang for door.
aller sur les brisées de qqn means: tread on someone’s territory
aller de soi means: be self-evident
ajouter fois aux dires de qn means: give credence to sb’s words (lit.: to add faith to what someone says)
affreux jojo means: nasty person
ado means: teen; teenager; adolescent (abbr. from adolescent). 1. C’est donc une discussion hyper intense d’ados.
acheter chat en poche means: buy a pig in a poke (lit.: buy a cat in the pocket)
accorder ses violons means: get one’s story straight (lit.: to tune one’s violins; n.b: usually used in the plural to refer to several people collaborating to create or agree upon a
abruti means: idiot, twit, jerk (n.b.: colloquial) (e.g.: il est un abruti)
abonder en/dans le sense de means: be entirely in agreement with (lit.: be full in the sense of)
abattre son jeu means: show one’s hand (lit.: bring out one’s play)
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