Slang meaning of Dépanneur

Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

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Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

Slang definition of Dépanneur

Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

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Aphetic (a.): Shortened by dropping a letter or a syllable from the beginning of a word; as, an aphetic word or form.

Vivandiere (n.): In Continental armies, especially in the French army, a woman accompanying a regiment, who sells provisions and liquor to the soldiers; a female sutler.

Alcohol (n.): A class of compounds analogous to vinic alcohol in constitution. Chemically speaking, they are hydroxides of certain organic radicals; as, the radical ethyl forms common or ethyl alcohol (C2H5.OH); methyl forms methyl alcohol (CH3.OH) or wood spirit; amyl forms amyl alcohol (C5H11.OH) or fusel oil, etc.

Corner (v. t.): To get command of (a stock, commodity, etc.), so as to be able to put one's own price on it; as, to corner the shares of a railroad stock; to corner petroleum.

Cerotin (n.): A white crystalline substance, C27H55.OH, obtained from Chinese wax, and regarded as an alcohol of the marsh gas series; -- called also cerotic alcohol, ceryl alcohol.

Store (v. t.): To deposit in a store, warehouse, or other building, for preservation; to warehouse; as, to store goods.

Shopkeeper (n.): A trader who sells goods in a shop, or by retail; -- in distinction from one who sells by wholesale.

Rumseller (n.): One who sells rum; one who deals in intoxicating liquors; especially, one who sells spirituous beverages at retail.

En- (): A prefix signifying in or into, used in many English words, chiefly those borrowed from the French. Some English words are written indifferently with en-or in-. For ease of pronunciation it is commonly changed to em-before p, b, and m, as in employ, embody, emmew. It is sometimes used to give a causal force, as in enable, enfeeble, to cause to be, or to make, able, or feeble; and sometimes merely gives an intensive force, as in enchasten. See In-.

Corner (n.): The space in the angle between converging lines or walls which meet in a point; as, the chimney corner.

Corner (v. t.): To drive into a position of great difficulty or hopeless embarrassment; as, to corner a person in argument.

Diagonal (a.): Joining two not adjacent angles of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; running across from corner to corner; crossing at an angle with one of the sides.

Langue d'oc (): The dialect, closely akin to French, formerly spoken south of the Loire (in which the word for "yes" was oc); Provencal.

Catchword (n.): The first word of any page of a book after the first, inserted at the right hand bottom corner of the preceding page for the assistance of the reader. It is seldom used in modern printing.

Alcoholic (a.): Of or pertaining to alcohol, or partaking of its qualities; derived from, or caused by, alcohol; containing alcohol; as, alcoholic mixtures; alcoholic gastritis; alcoholic odor.

Par (prep.): By; with; -- used frequently in Early English in phrases taken from the French, being sometimes written as a part of the word which it governs; as, par amour, or paramour; par cas, or parcase; par fay, or parfay.

Gallicism (n.): A mode of speech peculiar to the French; a French idiom; also, in general, a French mode or custom.

Stock (n.): Supply provided; store; accumulation; especially, a merchant's or manufacturer's store of goods; as, to lay in a stock of provisions.

Storekeeper (n.): One who keeps a "store;" a shopkeeper. See 1st Store, 3.

Re-store (v. t.): To store again; as, the goods taken out were re-stored.

Abbe (n.): The French word answering to the English abbot, the head of an abbey; but commonly a title of respect given in France to every one vested with the ecclesiastical habit or dress.

Clothier (n.): One who sells cloth or clothes, or who makes and sells clothes.

Hive (v. t.): To store up in a hive, as honey; hence, to gather and accumulate for future need; to lay up in store.

Cerin (n.): A waxy substance extracted by alcohol or ether from cork; sometimes applied also to the portion of beeswax which is soluble in alcohol.

Saligenin (n.): A phenol alcohol obtained, by the decomposition of salicin, as a white crystalline substance; -- called also hydroxy-benzyl alcohol.

Alcoholize (v. t.): To convert into alcohol; to rectify; also, to saturate with alcohol.

Clue (n.): A lower corner of a square sail, or the after corner of a fore-and-aft sail.

Eyestone (n.): A small, lenticular, calcareous body, esp. an operculum of a small marine shell of the family Turbinidae, used to remove a foreign substance from the eye. It is put into the inner corner of the eye under the lid, and allowed to work its way out at the outer corner, bringing with it the substance.

Myricin (n.): A silky, crystalline, waxy substance, forming the less soluble part of beeswax, and regarded as a palmitate of a higher alcohol of the paraffin series; -- called also myricyl alcohol.

Glycol (n.): A thick, colorless liquid, C2H4(OH)2, of a sweetish taste, produced artificially from certain ethylene compounds. It is a diacid alcohol, intermediate between ordinary ethyl alcohol and glycerin.

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Meaning of Dépanneur

Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

Meaning of Dépanneur

Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

Meaning of Dépanneur

Dépanneur means: Borrowed French word used in Québec for a corner store that sells alcohol, shortened to 'dep'.

Meaning of Guichet

Guichet means: Borrowed French word for automated teller machine used by some anglophones in Québec.

Meaning of Milk bar

Milk bar means: A corner store or malt shop, where milk shakes, hamburgers and various food amenities can be purchased. Similar to a 7 eleven store

Meaning of Milk bar

Milk bar means: corner shop that sells takeaway food.

Meaning of Ecosse

Ecosse means: n what the French call Scotland. It’s in here only because The Sunday Times newspaper uses the word as a section title. The word is also known reasonably widely around the U.K. — the only Scottish motor-racing team anyone’s ever heard of was called “Ecurie Ecosse.” Also means some other thing in French but I have no idea what.

Meaning of Port Holes

Port Holes means: Today the term is used to describe the windows, or openings on a vessel. The word originates from the French word porte which means door. The expression "port hole" originated when French boat builders began to install small doors on the side of ships which could be opened to shoot the cannons.

Meaning of tuck shop

tuck shop means: n candy store. Derived from the word “shop,” which means “store.” And also the word “tuck.”

Meaning of offy

offy means: Noun. A shop that sells alcohol. An abbreviated form of off licence. Also spelt offie.

Meaning of stroke house

stroke house means: A pornographic movie theater, or a store that sells pornographic matrial.

Meaning of Canuck Wheel

Canuck Wheel means: Canadian Tire, a big box store in Canada which specializes in car stuff but now sells everything (see also "Crappy Tire"

Meaning of French

French means: n Coarse or vulgar language: Pardon my French.french tr.v. frenched, frenching, frenches 1. To give a French kiss to. 2. To perform oral sex on.

Meaning of off-licence

off-licence means: n liquor store. The term comes from the fact that the alcohol can be sold on the condition that it may only be drunk off the premises.

Meaning of head shop

head shop means: n. A store that sells smoking accessories, often frequented by people who smoke marijuana or tobacco.  "Meet me behind the head shop and I’ll sell you this new bong w/ some goodies." 

Meaning of menage de trois

menage de trois means: Term 'borrowed' from the original French now used to describe a situation in which three people are intimately involved. In use it usually refers to a situation where one woman shares herself between two men. This of course leads us naturally to Woddy Allens comment on being asked his opinion on sex between a man and a woman, that it was a wonderful thing, provided you get between the right man and the right woman!

Meaning of poes

poes means: Female genitalia and sexual area, cunt. For example "He's just a doos. You poesface", i.e. "He's just a cunt, cunt face". Both doos and poes mean "cunt" in afrikaans. These are often used though Afrikaans words for the penis are almost never used by anglophones, strangely enough. The word, and others like it (borrowed) are pronouced not as in english but in an anglophonised version of the afrikaans word.

Meaning of shower (... of shit)

shower (... of shit) means: Term "borrowed" from the Army and used to describe an individual or group of people felt to be beneath contempt. In modern use, the phrase has been sanitized by restricting it to use of the first word. i.e. "You're a right shower!"UK

Meaning of queue

queue means: n, v, pron. “cue” line. This doesn’t really help the definition at all, as a line could be any number of things. A pencil line? A railway line? A line of Charlie? A line dancer? As a result of this potentially dangerous confusion, a word was developed by some British word-scientists to separate this particular line from all the others. A queue is a line of people. To queue is to be one of those queuing in the queue. The word means “tail” in French, and is used in the same context. Americans do in fact use the word, but only in the “you’re third in the queue” type telephone call waiting systems.

Meaning of vick

vick means: "Flick the vick". To stick your two fingers up at someone in an manner meant to be insulting. e.g. "I gave that maths teacher the vick this morning."'V' sign using two fingers has long been a signal of contempt. It originated during the interminable wars between the English and the French. The French were in awe of the English longbow-men. If the French managed to capture any of the bowmen, their practice was to sever the two "string" fingers of the right hand thus rendering them permanently incapable of using a bow.It thus became a symbol of contempt and derision for those English bowmen who still possessed their fingers, to wave them at the opposing side.During World War Two, Winston Churchill used it either way round, to signify "victory", and the shortened somewhat "politer" name of the action has since dropped into common useage since as "the vick", though the original expression "flick the vees" is still used in alongside the newer term.

Meaning of Aphetic

Aphetic means: Shortened by dropping a letter or a syllable from the beginning of a word; as, an aphetic word or form.

Meaning of Vivandiere

Vivandiere means: In Continental armies, especially in the French army, a woman accompanying a regiment, who sells provisions and liquor to the soldiers; a female sutler.

Meaning of Alcohol

Alcohol means: A class of compounds analogous to vinic alcohol in constitution. Chemically speaking, they are hydroxides of certain organic radicals; as, the radical ethyl forms common or ethyl alcohol (C2H5.OH); methyl forms methyl alcohol (CH3.OH) or wood spirit; amyl forms amyl alcohol (C5H11.OH) or fusel oil, etc.

Meaning of Corner

Corner means: To get command of (a stock, commodity, etc.), so as to be able to put one's own price on it; as, to corner the shares of a railroad stock; to corner petroleum.

Meaning of Cerotin

Cerotin means: A white crystalline substance, C27H55.OH, obtained from Chinese wax, and regarded as an alcohol of the marsh gas series; -- called also cerotic alcohol, ceryl alcohol.

Meaning of Store

Store means: To deposit in a store, warehouse, or other building, for preservation; to warehouse; as, to store goods.

Meaning of Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper means: A trader who sells goods in a shop, or by retail; -- in distinction from one who sells by wholesale.

Meaning of Rumseller

Rumseller means: One who sells rum; one who deals in intoxicating liquors; especially, one who sells spirituous beverages at retail.

Meaning of En-

En- means: A prefix signifying in or into, used in many English words, chiefly those borrowed from the French. Some English words are written indifferently with en-or in-. For ease of pronunciation it is commonly changed to em-before p, b, and m, as in employ, embody, emmew. It is sometimes used to give a causal force, as in enable, enfeeble, to cause to be, or to make, able, or feeble; and sometimes merely gives an intensive force, as in enchasten. See In-.

Meaning of Corner

Corner means: The space in the angle between converging lines or walls which meet in a point; as, the chimney corner.

Meaning of Corner

Corner means: To drive into a position of great difficulty or hopeless embarrassment; as, to corner a person in argument.

Meaning of Diagonal

Diagonal means: Joining two not adjacent angles of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; running across from corner to corner; crossing at an angle with one of the sides.

Meaning of Langue d'oc

Langue d'oc means: The dialect, closely akin to French, formerly spoken south of the Loire (in which the word for "yes" was oc); Provencal.

Meaning of Catchword

Catchword means: The first word of any page of a book after the first, inserted at the right hand bottom corner of the preceding page for the assistance of the reader. It is seldom used in modern printing.

Meaning of Alcoholic

Alcoholic means: Of or pertaining to alcohol, or partaking of its qualities; derived from, or caused by, alcohol; containing alcohol; as, alcoholic mixtures; alcoholic gastritis; alcoholic odor.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Chantry

Chantry means: An endowment or foundation for the chanting of masses and offering of prayers, commonly for the founder.

Meaning of Dilative

Dilative means: Causing dilation; tending to dilate, on enlarge; expansive.

Meaning of Gestation

Gestation means: The act of wearing (clothes or ornaments).

Meaning of Mopsy

Mopsy means: A moppet.

Meaning of Precipitate

Precipitate means: To separate from a solution as a precipitate. See Precipitate, n.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of NANCY BOY

NANCY BOY means: Nancy boy is slang for an effeminate male, homosexual.

Meaning of Charles Fox

Charles Fox means: Box

Meaning of COCKTAIL

COCKTAIL means: cigarette laced with cocaine or crack

Meaning of SEEDS

SEEDS means: cannabis

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