Diccionario Ilustrado Botanica Everest (Spanish Edition) by Andrew Sugden (author), J. Tola Alonso, Pilar P. de

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Casper mod. gone; departed. ) ᭜ I’m casper. See you later. catch 1. n. a drawback. ᭜ Okay, that sounds good, but what’s the catch? 2. tv. to view something; to attend something; to hear something. ᭜ Did you catch Gone with the Wind on TV? catholic bagel n. a nontraditional bagel made or flavored with cinnamon, blueberries, strawberries, etc. ) ᭜ At breakfast, they had catholic bagels and sweet rolls. cat-soup [“kAtsup] n. catsup; ketchup. ᭜ Do you want some cat-soup on your burger? caucasian waste n.

We were just blown away by your good words. blue and white n. a police car; the police. ) ᭜ A blue and white suddenly appeared, and I knew we were finished. blue flu 1. n. an imaginary disease afflicting police officers who call in sick during a work stoppage or slowdown. (Journalistic. ) ᭜ Another epidemic of the blue f lu struck the city’s police officers early today. 2. n. a hangover. ᭜ He was out late last night and has the blue f lu. blue screen of death and BSOD phr. & comp. abb. the blue computer screen that appears in early versions of Windows when Windows discovers a programming or operational error.

To complain. ) ᭜ You are always bitching out no matter how well off you are. bitch slammer n. a women’s prison. ) ᭜ They threw her in the bitch slammer for three years. bitch tits n. gynecomastia; the development of breast tissue in the male. (From bodybuilding, in reference to breast development caused by steroids. ) ᭜ If you don’t let up on the gorilla juice, you’ll get bitch tits. bitchin’ and bitchen; bitching 1. mod. excellent; great; classy. ) ᭜ This is a totally bitchin’ pair of jeans! 2.

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