SCALLY means: Scally is slang for a miscreant person. Scally is British slang for a young man. Scally is British slang for a delinquent.Scally is British slang for a male inhabitant of Liverpool. Scally is Scouse slang for a tearaway.
SCALLYWAG means: Scallywag is slang for a rascal, good−for−nothing person. Scallywag is American slang for an ill−conditioned cow.
SCALP means: Scalp is slang for to sell tickets for more than their face value. Scalp is rare British slang for a wig.
SCALPER means: Scalper is American slang for a ticket−tout.
SCALPING means: Scalping is slang for profiteering, particularly by re−selling tickets at an inflated price. Scalping isBritish slang for a very short haircut.
SCALY means: Scaly was old slang for a poor shabby, despicable, person.
SCAM means: Scam is slang for a trick or con.
SCAMMERED means: Scammered is old slang for drunk, intoxicated.
SCAMP means: Scamp is slang for to perform in a hasty, neglectful, or imperfect manner; to do superficially.
SCANDIHOOVIAN means: Scandihoovian is American slang for a Scandinavian.
ajouter fois aux dires de qn means: give credence to sb’s words (lit.: to add faith to what someone says)
affreux jojo means: nasty person
ado means: teen; teenager; adolescent (abbr. from adolescent). 1. C’est donc une discussion hyper intense d’ados.
acheter chat en poche means: buy a pig in a poke (lit.: buy a cat in the pocket)
accorder ses violons means: get one’s story straight (lit.: to tune one’s violins; n.b: usually used in the plural to refer to several people collaborating to create or agree upon a
abruti means: idiot, twit, jerk (n.b.: colloquial) (e.g.: il est un abruti)
abonder en/dans le sense de means: be entirely in agreement with (lit.: be full in the sense of)
abattre son jeu means: show one’s hand (lit.: bring out one’s play)
abattre ses cartes means: show one’s cards; show one’s hand (lit.: bring out one’s cards)
abattre du travail means: get through a lot of work (lit.: cut down/through the work)
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