A PIECE OF GOODS means: A piece of goods is slang for a person, especially a woman.
A ROD IN PICKLE means: A rod in pickle is Australian slang for a race horse being secretly prepared for a win and betting coup.
A ROLL JACK RICE COULDN'T JUMP OVER means: A roll Jack Rice couldn't jump over is Australian slang for a large sum of money.
A SKULL means: A skull is slang for per person.
A SODA means: A soda is Australian slang for something easily done; a pushover.
A SQUEEZE means: A squeeze is American slang for orange juice.
A TO Z means: A to Z is British rhyming slang for a shed.
A TOUCH OF THE TAR−BRUSH means: A touch of the tar−brush is derogatory British slang for having a skin colour which suggests black or coloured ancestry.
A'PORTH means: A'Porth (from ha'porth) is British slang for an unimportant or silly person.
A−COATHED means: A−coathed is Dorset slang for rotten, diseased.
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