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F. (abbr. boustifaille): ‘Grub’, ‘nosh’, nutrition. Ne penser qu’à l. a. boustiffe: To be ‘belly minded’, to have meals at the mind. bout n. m. 1 Etre à bout: To be ‘knackered’, ‘worn out’, to be exhausted. Pousser quelqu’un à bout (fig. ): To deliver somebody to breakingpoint. 2 En connaître un bout: To ‘know something or two’, to be very an expert (on a selected topic). Pour ce qui est de los angeles mécanique, il en connaît un bout! by way of vehicles, he’s at the ball! three Mettre les bouts: To ‘buzz off’, to ‘nip along’, to depart. four Au bout le bout! (iron. ): All in sturdy time! —Don’t rush issues! five Discuter le bout de gras: a To ‘natter away’, to talk on idly. b To argue away ceaselessly. 6 (also: gros bout): ‘Prick’, ‘prong’, penis. boutanche n. f. (corr. bouteille): Bottle. Une boutanche de rouquin: A bottle of plonk. DICTIONARY seventy one bouteille n. f. 1 Avoir de l. a. bouteille: To be ‘long within the tooth’, to were round for fairly your time. 2 Prendre de l. a. bouteille: To be getting on in years, to be getting old considerably. three C’est los angeles bouteille! (iron. ): It’s as transparent as dust! —It’s a correct previous clutter! boutique n. f. 1 (Slightly pej. ): workplace. J’en ai marre de cette boutique! I’m uninterested operating for this outfit! 2 Plier boutique (fig. ): To ‘pack it in’, to renounce. On lui a fait tant de miseres qu’il a plié boutique: He received quite a bit aggro he known as it an afternoon. three Etre de los angeles boutique (fig. ): To ‘know the ropes’, to grasp the workings of whatever (because of previous experience). four Et toute l. a. boutique! And the full shebang! —The works! —The lot! five Montrer toute sa boutique: To indecently reveal oneself. bouton n. m. 1 (also: bouton de rose): ‘Clit’, clitoris. (A variety of expressions utilizing bouton confer with lesbianism. Maison tire-bouton: lesbian night-club. ) 2 Cirer toujours le même bouton (fig. ): To be continuously harping on on the related topic. boutonnière n. f. 1 ‘Clit’, clitoris. 2 Faire une boutonnière à quelqu’un (iron. ): To knife, to chop anyone open. boutoque n. f. (corr. boutique): nook store, small shop. bouzillage n. m. 1 paintings of tattooing. 2 (pl. ): Tattoos (also: bouzille). bouziller v. trans. To tattoo. bouzin n. m. 1 (pej. ): ‘Clap-house’, low-class brothel. 2 (pej. ): ‘Boozer’, ‘low dive’, cheapand-nasty pub. three Hullabaloo, din. Faire un bouzin à tout casser: To make one hell of a row. bouzine n. f. 1 ‘Puffer’, outdated steam engine. 2 ‘Banger’, ramshackle motor automobile. three (pej. ): laptop. (The type of ‘gubbins’ that has incomprehensible workings. ) four ‘Tummy’, abdominal. Ne rien avoir dans los angeles bouzine: To be peckish. boxer v. trans. To ‘biff’, to ‘clout’, to punch. boxon n. m. ‘Cat-house’, brothel. boyautant adj. ‘Rib-tickling’, hilarious. boyauter v. pronom. to separate one’s aspects giggling. boyaux n. m. pl. C’est a se tordre les boyaux: It’s side-splitting-It’s hilarious (also: c’est boyautant). bracelets n. m. pl. ‘Snips’, ‘derbies’, handcuffs. braceluche n. m. Bracelet. braco n. m. (abbr. braconnier): Poacher. bracquemart n. m. ‘Prick’, ‘cock’, penis. bradillon n. m. ‘Fin’, ‘wing’, arm. Les bradillons en l’air! Stick ‘em up! braguette n. f. (pol. ): Low-class prostitute (the style that provides ‘quickie sex’).

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