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Meaning of THE NUTS

THE NUTS means: The nuts is British slang for the best.

Meaning of THE OFFICE

THE OFFICE means: The office is slang for a hint or signal.

Meaning of THE OLD BOY

THE OLD BOY means: The old boy is slang for the Devil.

Meaning of THE ORDER OF THE BOOT

THE ORDER OF THE BOOT means: The order of the boot is British slang for dismissal, rejection, refusal.

Meaning of THE OTHER

THE OTHER means: The other is slang for sexual intercourse or activity.

Meaning of THE PACKET

THE PACKET means: The packet is slang for everything.

Meaning of THE PEOPLE

THE PEOPLE means: The people is American slang for one's peer group.

Meaning of THE PIPE

THE PIPE means: The pipe was British slang for the London underground railway system.

Meaning of THE PITS

THE PITS means: The pits is slang for the worst possible person, place, or thing.

Meaning of THE PLOD

THE PLOD means: The plod is British slang for uniformed police.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of au fil de l’eau

au fil de l’eau means: with the current

Meaning of au fil de

au fil de means: with the passing (of time)

Meaning of au fait de

au fait de means: up to date on

Meaning of au fait

au fait means: by the way

Meaning of au doigt et à oeil

au doigt et à oeil means: to the letter

Meaning of au doigt et à l’œil

au doigt et à l’œil means: slavishly

Meaning of au diable

au diable means: way out; in the sticks; in the boondocks

Meaning of au dam de

au dam de means: to the detriment of; to the displeasure of

Meaning of au courant

au courant means: current, up to date

Meaning of au cas où

au cas où means: in case

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