petit sucré
 n.— «Customs agents staff the borders, but few travelers have not been asked for a bribe—”un petit sucré,” which is literally, in the Congolese parlance, “a little soft drink.”» —“Graft and war leave Congo still tottering” by Carter Dougherty Intl. Herald Tribune Sept. 1, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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