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miches
miches
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breasts, "tits"
i prefer the verlan's way Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
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Milord
Milord
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Well dressed, smartly dressed
Comes from "my lord", Milord, to point out nobility. To be dressed like a Milord. Can be sarcastic. Comment by: Mattthefrench    Rated:5/5
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Minette
Minette
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Young woman
the saying "faire minette" means to practice a cunnilingus Comment by: professional linguist   
it is common for a guy to call his wife "his kitty" Chattte is another word for cat used in this conxt and the pet store. Children call their pets minet. Comment by: cj   
"Une minette" in slang language just designate a young woman very feminin. Or "faire la minette" is trying to charm using feminin's tricks. Comment by: Mattthefrench    Rated:5/5
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Moumoune
Moumoune
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a homosexual man
Mostly used nowadays as "wussy" for a person who are afraid : 1- of physical pain 2- to accept a challenge. Comment by: Veronique   
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Naze
Naze
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Nose
should be lousy Comment by: me   
I've never heard of that if it means "nose" but otherwise it's very popular as in "C'est naze" (C'est nul, c'est pourri, etc) meaning: That's shit. Comment by: Galle    Rated:3/5
naze also means tired as in "I'm knackered!" Comment by: olga   
ça ne veut pas du tout dire "nez" It doesn't mean "nose" in any case !!! It just means "knackered" or it can mean like in "c'est naze" , "it's lousy" see also "c'est tout naze" = "this is all shit" Comment by: Al   
It definitly doesn't mean "nose"! As Al said, "Je suis naze" means "I'm knackered" or "C'est naze" means "It sucks" Comment by: Mattthefrench    Rated:5/5
The ED due to that surgery might be either temporary or permanent. Once you discover the top natural treatments, you can once again have full control over your sexual pleasures. Comment by: ANumUsamymaype    Rated:5/5
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Naze
Naze
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Nose
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Oseille
Oseille
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Money
exactly as old school as "blé" or "flouze" but very effective. "balle" "thune" "fric" are also used Comment by: frenchie   
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Palpitant
Palpitant
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Heart
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Paluche
Paluche
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Hand
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panard
panard
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Foot, can also be a "exiting" "C'est le panard" means "That's exiting"
I think you mean exciting Comment by: mark   
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Pébroque
Pébroque
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Umbrella
Why do so few entries in this list include the gender? Comment by: Fraser   
"Un pébroque" or more commonly "un pépin" (m) Comment by: Mattthefrench    Rated:5/5
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pebble
pebble
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Cop
cop= cond flic keuf Comment by: duke   
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Perpette
Perpette
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In jail for life
right Comment by: toncky    Rated:5/5
This doesn't include jail, you need to add the word for it, for ex.: Il est en prison pour perpette (for ever). It ALSO means somewhere very far as in: il est perpette les oies (he is extremely far from here) and thats quite funny to say. Comment by: Galle    Rated:4/5
yes thats right but it means also " It was a long time ago" like " a fait perpette!!" Comment by: khal   
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Pinglots
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Feet - very often plural
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Plombes
Plombes
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a long time, "ages"
good Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
I've never heard it used at plural. It doesnt necessarily mean hours either but refers to a very long time. For ex.: J'ai attendu pendant une plombe (I waited for ages). Comment by: Galle    Rated:4/5
Use only for duration of time. Comment by: Megan    Rated:3/5
Can also be used at plural : "J'ai attendu des plombes !" (I waited for ages) Comment by: Wes    Rated:3/5
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plus ton
plus ton
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literally means "no more for you" but in context its just fuck off or fuck you
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Pognon
Pognon
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Money
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Pointure
Pointure
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A renown person
right Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
thats right but i never used it or heard anybody else use it without the word "grosse" (meaning "big") right before it, so what i always hear is Grosse Pointure, that of course is in Quebec Comment by: Davey   
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Popaul
Popaul
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Penis
a wellknown character Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
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Portugaises
Portugaises
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Ears
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Poulaga
Poulaga
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Police, cops
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Poulets
Poulets
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Police, cops, literally "chicken"
right. by the way, "poulet" means chicken. Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
Poulet is a rude reference to a police officer, the equivalent in English is Pig. NB there is a similar work (nf) poule, which can mean mother hen, or woman depending on the context. It's an offensive way to refer to a girl. Eg: If a guy says 'c'est ma poule' its almost as rude as 'this is my bitch'. Comment by: Megan    Rated:3/5
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Putain
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Fuck! Shit!rnReflects the surprise, good or bad..
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Rade
Rade
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Coffee shop, bar, "dive"
as a verb, it also mean "to lack something. "je suis en rade d"argent" means i'm lacking money, i really need some Comment by: blackr   
Does it also mean: a cheap and popular bar? Comment by: maybe   
Yes it can mean 'a cheap and popular bar' but it's pejorative. Comment by: Wes   
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Ratiches
Ratiches
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Teeth
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