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"
au grand dam de means: to the detriment of; to the displeasure of
au grand air means: outside, in the outdoors, in the great outdoors
au fur et à mesure means: as soon as, just as; when and where possible. 1. On achetait les choses au fur et à mesure.
au fil des années means: as the years pass
au fil de l’eau means: with the current
au fil de means: with the passing (of time)
au fait de means: up to date on
au fait means: by the way
au doigt et à oeil means: to the letter
au doigt et à l’œil means: slavishly
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