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Meaning of ON THE WAGON

ON THE WAGON means: On the wagon is British slang for being teetotal.


ON THE WALLABY means: On the wallaby is Australian slang for wandering about looking for work.

Meaning of ON THE WAY OUT

ON THE WAY OUT means: On the way out is British slang for dying.

Meaning of ON THE WONK

ON THE WONK means: On the wonk is British slang for crooked.

Meaning of ON TICK

ON TICK means: On tick is British slang for on duty, present.

Meaning of ON TILT

ON TILT means: On tilt is American slang for unsteady, unbalanced.

Meaning of ON TOP

ON TOP means: On top is British slang for caught in the act.

Meaning of ON VELVET

ON VELVET means: On velvet is slang for in a condition of ease, advantage, or wealth.

Meaning of ON WHEELS

ON WHEELS means: On wheels is American slang for takeaway (meal).

Meaning of ON YOUR BIKE

ON YOUR BIKE means: On your bike is British slang for go away!

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of à la légère

à la légère means: without thinking, rashly

Meaning of à la gomme

à la gomme means: lousy (e.g.: ideas)

Meaning of à la fois

à la fois means: at the same time

Meaning of à la fleur de l’âge

à la fleur de l’âge means: in the prime of youth

Meaning of à la fin

à la fin means: alright already; enough (n.b.: said at the end of a sentence to indicate exasperation). 1. Tu fais chier, à la fin.

Meaning of à la figure

à la figure means: to someone’s face, in someone’s face

Meaning of à la faveur de

à la faveur de means: under cover of; thanks to

Meaning of à la dernière extremité

à la dernière extremité means: on the brink of death; at death’s door

Meaning of à la dérive

à la dérive means: adrift

Meaning of à la côte

à la côte means: on the rocks; in difficulty; in trouble (lit.: at the edge)

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