RAG IT means: Rag it is slang for push to the limits. Usually applied to driving a vehicle. E.g.He always rags it when hes in a hire car.
RAG OUT means: Rag out is American slang for to put on ones finest clothes; dress up.
RAG WEEK means: Rag week is British slang for the menstrual period.
RAG, TAG AND BOBTAIL means: Rag, tag and bobtail was th century British slang for the peasantry, the poor, riff−raff.
RAG−BAG means: Rag−bag is British slang for a scruffily dressed person.
RAG−HEAD means: Rag−head is slang for an arab.
RAG−TOP means: Rag−top is slang for a convertible car.
RAGE means: Rage is American slang for to have a good time.Rage is Australian slang for a wild party or celebration.
RAGGED OUT means: Ragged out is American slang for smartly dressed. Ragged out is American slang for distasteful, unpleasant.
RAGGEDY−ARSED means: Raggedy−arsed is British slang for poor, needy.
avoir louche means: be in trouble; have problems
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
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