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Prendre Cher
Posted by: Rocky
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to get expensive Used to express something that intensely happened to you, for exemple when you got hurt you can say "J'ai pris cher". When you were drunk, when you had bad marks at school, when something was really bad to you "J'ai pris cher". You can use that for things too.
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putain, une putain
Posted by: toncky
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"damn!" "a hooker"
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Rade
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Bar
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Ratiches
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Dents
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Relou
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ennuyeux
"C’est trop relou!"
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reme
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ou est ta reme
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Roberts
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d'une femme seins, toujours au pluriel (habituellement deux)
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se dechirer
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to get high
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Se tirer
Posted by: Yves
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Partir
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Se trisser
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Partir
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Soufflant
Posted by: Yves
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Pistolet, revolver
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Soufflets
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Poumons
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stlyin
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Sulfateuse
Posted by: Yves
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Pistolet mitrailleur
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tafiole
France flag
Posted by: philip
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"Encore une grosse tafiole"
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Tête carrée
Canada flag
Posted by: Bruce
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stupide anglophones
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Tirer
Posted by: Yves
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Voler
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Toubib
Posted by: Yves
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Médecin
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Tronche
Posted by: Yves
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Visage
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Troquet
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Bar
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Tune
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Argent
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Un Tim
Canada flag
Posted by: csHito22Rating:1.0  
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Un Canadien anglophone. Elle se réfère à la chaîne de magasins Tim Horton beigne à travers le pays.
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une meuf
Posted by: toncky
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a girl verlan from "femme" (woman)
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une piastre
United States flag
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un dollar dans cajun
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Une Vielle Fille
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Used mainly before the 20th century, it refers to a single woman who never had children, who never married, and who is now past child-bearing age (and presumably too old to attract a husband.)
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