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Mac
Mac
Posted by: YvesRating:1.7  
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Pimp
right Comment by: toncky    Rated:5/5
"mac" is abbrev from "maquereau" which is the entire word for pimp Comment by: Elyse   
also from camus L'Etranger: Raymond the pimp/ macquereau was called a "magasinier" = lowlife - pimp - underworld maverick - gangster ???? any comments ???? Comment by: twlbailey@hotmail.com   
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Mater
Mater
Posted by: YvesRating:2.5  
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To look at, to regard
good Comment by: toncky    Rated:5/5
specially with sexual connotations Comment by: professional linguist   
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Mec
Mec
Posted by: YvesRating:0.5  
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Man
good Comment by: toncky    Rated:5/5
Verlan of "Homme", how they got the "c" in there I have no clue, but it means guy, dude, man as we would say in English Comment by: SS   
"dude" should be the right translation for "mec" Comment by: fred   
it's from the word "meg." a word that was used for "fumeurs/smokers." But the new slang for mec would be quem, though not very popular. Comment by: Franco   
Doesn't "mec" derive from Thirties/Forties US slang "Mac", meaning "mate"? (As in "you gotta light, Mac?") Used in Humphrey Bogart films, Mickey Spillane novels etc and presumably imported into France by US troops in 1944. Comment by: tim d   
I've heard it used to mean "boyfriend" too. Comment by: bilwilphil   
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Mere-maquerelle
Mere-maquerelle
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A "madame"
a woman 'pimp' - in 'charge of' prostitutes Comment by: Tanya   
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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
Posted by: YvesRating:5.0  
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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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