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La grande volière
La grande volière
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Police headquarters
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Laga
Laga
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Here, this place
This word don't exist !! Comment by: Julien   
jamais entendu ce mot en français ! Comment by: kud   
I think they meant "la-bas", which means "there" or "over there" Comment by: Emily   
Ah, "la-bas"! Comment by: vd   
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Les assiettes
Les assiettes
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A court jury
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Les mettre
Les mettre
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To leave, depart
BAISE CETTE MERDE, nooon, this word means to "put" ..... Comment by: pzkpourvie   
Abbreviated version of "mettre les bouts", a sailing term, which is also used sometimes as an expression to say you're leaving (for the purpose of not being here anymore, as to escape a bad situation) : "Je mets les bouts", "I'm off". Comment by: Lobotom   
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Liquette
Liquette
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Shirt
means also ; very small quantity of liquid. NB : remets moi une liquette de cognac Comment by: cedric    Rated:4/5
Liquette is a shirt but a small quantity of liquid is lichette!! not the same words Comment by: sly3   
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Liquette
Liquette
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Shirt
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Locdu
Locdu
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Looser, dumb guy
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Lourde
Lourde
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Door
How would you translate Abd El Malik's phrase "C'est du lourd." ? Comment by: J.B.B.   
C'est du lourd means "wow man that's heavy" as in serious or significant Comment by: Trankil   
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Lumiere
Lumiere
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An intelligent person
Is also used ironically as in "C'est pas une lumire" meaning the person is far from being clever. Comment by: Galle    Rated:5/5
Um, pas is half of the equivalent of "not". Saying "ces't pas une lumiere" is ironic is like saying "not clever" is ironic Comment by: Frida   
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