mutt means: dog
Mutt's nuts means: If something is described as being "the Mutt's" then you'll know it is fantastic or excellent. "The Mutt's" is short for "The Mutt's nuts" which is clearly another way of saying the "Dog's Bollocks"! All clear now?
Mush means: - Rhymes with "push". Slang word for your mouth as in "shut your mush". Also means mate as in "Alright mush?. Which means "Hi"!
Mug means: - If someone is a bit of a mug, it means they are gullible. Most used car salesmen rely on a mug to show up so they can sell something!
Mufti means: - An old army term for your "civvies". Civilian clothes that is, rather than your uniform.
Morish means: - Also spelt "moreish", this word is used to describe desserts in my house, when a single helping is simply not enough. You need more! It applies to anything - not just desserts.
Momentarily means: - As you come into land at an American airport and the announcement says that you will be landing momentarily, look around to see if anyone is sniggering. That will be the Brits! I never did figure out why they say this. Momentarily to us means that something will only happen for an instant - a very short space of time. So if the plane lands momentarily will there be enough time for anyone to get off? Weird!
Mate means: - Most chaps like to go to the pub with their mates. Mate means friend or chum.
My Chops is beat means: When a brass man's lips give out.Too many high C's tonight, man, "my chops is beat!!"
Muggles means: One nickname for marijuana used by early Jazzmen (Armstrong has a song by this title).Hey, Louis, I need to calm down. You got any "muggles?"
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
au diable means: way out; in the sticks; in the boondocks
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