myther means: Verb. See mither.
mack jacket means: thick checkered flannel jacket usually, red and black (also seen in green)
May Two-four means: Victoria Day Holiday (celebrating the late Queen Victoria) - usually referring to the whole long weekend since Victoria Day is always the third Monday in May. Many people like to drink during this weekend, and since Canadians often buy beer in cases of twenty-four, it's called a two-four for short. Also, the holiday itself usually falls around the 24th of May.
merville slippers means: a vancouver island term for gumboots
mickey means: on the east coast a mickey is actually one of those little taster bottles of alcohol.
mickie means: a pint of hard liquor
Molson muscle means: potbelly
Moose Jaw Buck means: Two dollar bill (Saskatchewan).
Mountie means: A member of the R.C.M.P or royal canadian mounted police.
Muck means: A verb similar to "to do" examples: "let's muck some food" "let's muck a chew [chewing tobacco]" "i think i'll muck some homework before i go out"
avoir les quatre fers en l’air means: be dead
avoir les pétoches means: be scared
avoir les jetons means: be scared; have the jitters; have the willies
avoir les foies means: have cold feet
avoir les doigts crochus means: be tight-fisted; be stingy
avoir les dents qui rayent le parquet means: set one's sights high; want it all (lit.: have teeth that reach the floor)
avoir les dents longues means: be very ambitious; set one's sights high (lit.: have long teeth)
avoir les dents du found qui baignent means: be stuffed; be completely full (lit.: have back teeth that are swimming [in food])
avoir les boules means: be scared
avoir le trac means: have stagefright
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