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Relou
Relou
Posted by: Bruce
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Annoying, that sucks
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Roberts
Roberts
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Woman's breast, always plural (usually two)
and i thought that this was funny so ya good job lol Comment by: not telling    Rated:5/5
You can also use 'boites a lait'(milk box), 'miches', 'loches',etc Comment by: Herv    Rated:4/5
Not funny, very offensive! Comment by: Rname    Rated:1/5
Why is it offensive dude? Comment by: Young Diefenbaker    Rated:5/5
Maybe it might mix up with either a first name or last name? Comment by: some guy    Rated:3/5
In English "Dick" is slang for penis. And now I learn "Roberts" is French slang for a woman's breast. I got twice the problems you do, dude! Comment by: Dick Roberts    Rated:5/5
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Se tirer
Se tirer
Posted by: YvesRating:2.4  
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To leave, depart
right Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
This means something else...a bit more vulgar Comment by: jules   
"tirer" someone means, according the context, either to steal someone (lile pickpocketing his wallet), either to f*ck a woman Comment by: professional linguist   
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mzfsXb Thanks for the article post.Really thank you! Comment by: crorkservice seo    Rated:4/5
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Se trisser
Se trisser
Posted by: Yves
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To leave, depart
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shit
merde
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like "shit I forget my passport"
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Soufflant
Soufflant
Posted by: Yves
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Automatic handgun or revolver
Handguns are not automatic, they are semi-auto, revolver, or single-shot. Comment by: John Bartley K7AAY   
Thanks for the heads-up, special ops. Also, this term roughly translates to \"blower\". Comment by: Ted Bundy   
As a matter of fact many models of pistols are refered to as "automatic loaders" - and an "automatic handgun" is usually an acceptable way to refer to "semi-automatic" ones. Plus there actually are fully automatic handguns, called machine pistols. So I'm afraid you're wrong on two counts, John. Soufflant refers to basically any modern handgun. Comment by: Amandine   
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Soufflets
Soufflets
Posted by: Yves
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Lungs
It is also a way of inhaling weed. Usually a girl and guy. One blows smoke into the others mouth. Comment by: Shim   
it can also mean to slap in old french but ppl still use the word Comment by: Jasmine Rizko   
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Sulfateuse
Sulfateuse
Posted by: YvesRating:0.5  
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Light machine gun
Actually it often something close to a minigun Comment by: Nicolas   
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Tabarnac
Tabarnac
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For fuck sakes. rnOr tabarnacle directly translated.rn
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tafiole
tafiole
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Posted by: philipRating:0.5  
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(offensive) an effeminate man, pansy
not a french word soryy Comment by: sly3fr    Rated:1/5
Yes, it usually means homosexual. Comment by: Hyper   
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Tête carrée
Tête carrée
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Posted by: Bruce
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"Square head" - derogatory term used by Québécoise for Anglophone Canadians.
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Tirer
Tirer
Posted by: YvesRating:1.7  
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To steal
good Comment by: toncky    Rated:5/5
also means "to shag": j'ai tir cette nana = I've shagged that bird. Comment by: fred   
literaly, "tirer" means "to draw" ; but it can very often mean, in slang context "to f*ck", the full phrase being "tirer un coup". Comment by: ale   
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to fuck
foutre
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to have sex
\"Foutre\" as a noun means \"cum\", but is usually used to say \"j\'en ai rien à foutre\" - > I don\'t give a f*ck, or \"va te faire foutre\" -> \"go f*ck yourself\", can also mean \"to put\" or \"to do\" depending on the context. Comment by: bob   
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To get a hard-on (a woody in British English)
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To get an erection
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Toubib
Toubib
Posted by: YvesRating:3.0  
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Doctor
right Comment by: toncky    Rated:3/5
coming from arabic Comment by: dusty    Rated:3/5
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Tronche
Tronche
Posted by: YvesRating:2.0  
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Face
good Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
almost always pejorative, not to be said to a girl as an example... Comment by: blackr   
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Troquet
Troquet
Posted by: YvesRating:5.0  
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Coffee shop
great Comment by: halee    Rated:5/5
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Tune
Tune
Posted by: YvesRating:4.5  
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Money
i like it Comment by: toncky    Rated:4/5
also spelled "thune" (same pronunciation) Comment by: frydek    Rated:5/5
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Tune
Tune
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Money
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Un Tim
Un Tim
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Posted by: csHito22
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An English speaking Canadian, who love the donut and coffee shop, Tim Hortons.
My Franco friends always go to Tim's, so don't believe it is just for anglos. LOL!!! I call them the - Mafia Tim's. Comment by: Tedy   
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une piastre
une piastre
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Posted by: Bruce
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a dollar, a "buck" in Cajun French
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Une Vielle Fille
Une Vielle Fille
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An Old Maid. 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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Zik
Zik
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Music i'm listening to music
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Zinc
Zinc
Posted by: YvesRating:0.7  
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Plane
oldish but whatever Comment by: toncky    Rated:2/5
means also the counter of a bistro Comment by: professional linguist   
it means good friend...it's argot for cousin...zinc...c'est un zinc du quartier...he's a homeboy Comment by: eric   
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zz Eng Translation here 2
fucké
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In some cases f*ck could be translated by weird. ex: St'un f*ck (C'est un f*ck) = It is a weird guy (or could be freak too used there). C'est f*ck = It is broken or something doesn't work. In other case it could mean like wow (something really bright that can be hard to understand but it is in a good way). It is like the words Cossin, chose, patante (which can means almost object depending on the context) as it is really influenced by the situation. As you can see, it is not related with the "slang" use or meaning of English word F*CK. ;) Comment by: OuateDePhoque   
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