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rubber eared

rubber eared  n.— «It’s helluva difficult tae try an type wi a Scottish accent, so any choobish flames wull just be rubber-eared.» —“Translators” by Ewan Benson Usenet: eunet.jokes Nov. 28, 1990. (source: Double...

blaccent

blaccent n. a mode of speech which is said to imitate African-American vernacular English, especially when used by a white person. Also blackcent. Editorial Note: This term is usually derogatory. Etymological Note: Black + accent (source: Double...

cake

cake  n.— «J’apprends grâce à l’émission tracks que “cake’ veut dire “chatte’ en argot britannique, merci tracks d’enrichir mon vocabulaire; à la rentrée je vais me promener avec un t-shirt EAT MY CAKE...

POC

POC  n.— «Be careful of a David Hartshorn possible POC. He has a British accent and I verified him at the hotel but when Sasha got there she suspected he that he was POC (no toiletries, luggage, didn’t initiate and finally arguing about...

levanton

levanton n. a lift or boost; a kidnapping; a ride (in a vehicle); euphoria or an emotional lift. Etymological Note: From the Spanish levantar, “to lift, raise, pick up.” In Spanish the word is accented: levantón. (source: Double...

smoking

smoking  n.— «Yet another attempt is being made to persuade stars, guests and audience at the Palazzo screenings to don “lo smoking,” as tuxedos are referred to here in imitation of French parlance.» —“Venice perfects its...