OLD FELLOW means: Old fellow is slang for the penis.
OLD FOGEY means: Old fogey is London Cockney rhyming slang for nasal reside (bogey).
OLD FRYING means: Old frying is British slang for a husband. Old frying is British slang for a father.
OLD GIT means: Old git is British slang for a cantankerous old person.
OLD GOOSEBERRY means: Old gooseberry is London slang for wife.
OLD HAT means: Old hat is British slang for old fashioned.Old hat was th century British slang for the vagina.
OLD HEAVE HO means: Old heave ho is British slang for dismissal, rejection.
OLD IRON AND BRASS means: Old iron and brass is London Cockney rhyming slang for grass. Old iron and brass is British military rhyming slang for a pass.
OLD JAMAICA RUM means: Old Jamaica rum is British naval slang for sun.
OLD KING COLE means: Old king Cole is London Cockney rhyming slang for unemployment benefit (dole).
avoir la cote means: be well thought of (lit.: to have the quota)
avoir la bouche en cœur means: simper
avoir l’oeil means: have a good eye; have a quick eye
avoir l’habitude means: be in the habit of
avoir l’estomac ereux means: be famished
avoir l’estomac dans les talons means: be famished; be starving
avoir l’espirt mal tourné means: have a dirty mind; have an evil mind
avoir l’espirt de clocher means: be narrow-minded
avoir l’air means: seem; feel; appear (lit.: to have the air [of])
avoir honte means: be ashamed; be embarassed
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