In Cockney rhyming slang - apples means 'stairs'. Read more at: http://www.answers.com/topic/apples-rhyming-slang
It is slang for barbiturates. Barbiturates are "downers"...they're tranquilizers and they are used for anaesthesia or as sleeping pills.
tu piges? - means do you understand? in French slang. Cinquante piges means fifty years - also in French slang.
sallut is a french slang to say hi
french slang for 'my boy'
The English word "tiz" is "c'est" in French.
a cockney rhyming slang that means stairs
In Cockney Rhyming Slang, the slang for stairs is Apples and Pears; * We need a new carpet for the apples and pears. * Goodnight dear I'm going up the Apples and pears to Bedfordshire.
it i s slang for breakdancing
Gris is a french word. It means grey ( or in slang it means drunk) Writer one, Gris is a Spanish word meaning grey. Only in French slang does it mean drunk. ;)
It's the text-slang version of "que"
Light French Kissiing
It is a slang word meaning "rotten", "filthy".
It's gipsy slang for "a man"
Boche is a pejorative noun for the Germans in French. That was originally a military slang term.
This is the French word for sorry. This is a common French word sometimes used by the Americans as slang.
To "french" (slang) is short for "french kiss" which means to kiss open-mouthed, using the tongue.
"bolosse" does not exist in French. Maybe you mean "beau gosse", which is the noun "handsome" and means literally "beautiful boy" in French slang.
You are loved (literally, one loves you) It can also be used in French slang to mean "we love you".
The meaning of 'APPLES AND PEARS' is Cockney Rhyming Slang for Stairs.
Literal: Let's Jump Slang: Let's have sex
No it is a French word. The slang for toilet is spelled loo
It means 'basket' as in 'a basket of apples'.
apples are "pomme" in french
Are there any apples. Is there any apples does not sound right although if you're just talking slang,it sounds OK.But professionaly,its are there.
Apples and Pears is slang for stairs. Table is Aunt Mabel, Betty Grable or Cain & Abel. Chair is Fred Astaire or Lions Lair.
Tomber dans les pommes means to faint or to loose consciousness
Means nothing more than a nickname decided on the spot. That has no signification in French, even in slang.
apples and pears = stairs
Who who my friend. "Qui qui" is also slang in french for "penis"
Un balai means a broom, but in French slang it can mean a year when talking about someone's age - il a quarante balais - he's forty (years old).
The Australian term (not slang) for French fries is "chips".
seven apples is translated 'sept pommes' in French
môme is Parisian slang for a child and is also included in the famous poem Jabberwocky
An apple is "une pomme", the plural apples is "des pommes" in French
There is no such word in French, unless it's a name. You may have heard someone say in slang, "T'es la" (you are over there), which is pronounced like Taylar.
the word chatte indicates a female cat. It is also a slang term for a female sex.
Moi means "me" and comes from the same French word. It was likely brought due to French migration at various times or by speakers of the language in general.
"Manche moi" (french) means either "mange moi" (eat me) pronounced with German accent or "f... me" "manche" is in french a slang word for "penis".
Tocard (masc.) is a negative, slang term for "loser" in French. In a horse race, the 'tocard' can only win if the other horses all break a leg.
Depending on context - British Medical Association; British Modeling Association; Bond Marketing Association; Business Marketing Association In slang, it can mean "Best Man Alive," "Bring me apples," "best mates always," and possibly other slang phrases. BMA means bitch my ass. best mates always 2010 29th
If you mean slang as in internet slang, then it means "Certified Old Fart".
*correction* Whilst not cockney RHYMING slang, it is cockney slang- cockney slang for Anal Sex or 'buggery' This is slang and this is UK slang but not cockney rhyming slang as best I can determine. Sailor cake or more commonly referred to as navy cake is when two men engage in activities from behind. To be rhyming slang the word cake would have to rhyme with the referent. In this case, it does not. Example… Read More
It's Australian slang. See the Related Link.
détruire, abimer, and ravager all mean to destroy. I'm not sure if there's another word.
What is the french name for a braised chicken with apples abd cider
If you mean literally with spikes, garni de pointes, should work. If you want the British slang meaning bad-tempered, the French word is chatouilleux or ombrageux.
Garrett mean in cockney slang
"toph" is a slang word for "photo". "Suite des toph" would be "[here's the] rest of the pictures".
Loo (English slang for toilet) is pronounced the same as the word lieu, part of the phrase in lieu of (instead of). In French, lieu means "location."