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Autor:  PPAULO
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Data:  23/MAR/2009 2:30 PM
Assunto:  Bad boys
 
Mensagem: 

Well, could mean the 'use of rhyming slang', like this site (and others) explains:

 

http://emperorbananaketchup.wordpress.com/2007/01/11/british-australian-underworld-slang-v2/

 

Worth noticing that Cockney has not a logical appeal (for us, Brazilians); however, it has

a logical in itself.

Well, I gave it a try without much context.

PP.

 

 

 

CAB RANK - Bank. See ARMITAGE
CADBURY (from Cadbury Snack) - back
CALVIN KLEIN - fine (the feeling)
CAMEL’S HUMP - to take a dump (or shit)
CANOES - shoe
CANOV (from (can of) oil) - Boil (skin growth).
CAPTAIN COOK - look (AUST)
CAPTAIN HOOK - book
CAT’S HISS - piss (AUST)
CHALFONTS (from Chalfont St Giles) - piles or haemorrhoids
CHALK FARM - Arm
CHARLIE (from Charlie Hunt) - var. of CUNT. See BERK/BURK (via Charlie Smirke, a leading English jockey from the 1930’s-50’s). Can also mean “woman” in Australian Rhyming Slang (Charlie Wheeler - Sheila, Sheila - common reference to Australian women)
CHARLIE CHESTER - Child molester
CHEESY QUAVER - favour (as in something to be done)
CHERRY HOGG - Dog (animal)
CHEWY TOFFEE - coffee
CHEVY CHASE - Face. (LS&2SB). See BOAT, COD & PLAICE
CHICKEN SOUP - kosher; honest; legitimate. Chicken soup is a popular kosher dish. (LS&2SB)
CHINA PLATE - One’s ‘mate’ or friend
CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG - Cockney rhyming slang
CLARET - slang for ‘blood’, from it’s colour. (LS&2SB)
cLOCKED - to see / be seen. e.g. “Shit, we’ve been clocked !”. (S)
CLOUD SEVEN - heaven (AUST)
COAT HANGER - A “clanger” or mistake
COBBLERS (from cobblers awls/stalls) - Balls (as in ‘you’re talking cobblers’). See BERLIN WALLS
COCK SPARROW - Wheelbarrow. Can also mean one’s mate
COCO/COCOA - say so (UK band Supergrass album title, “I Should Coco”)
COD & PLAICE - face. See BOAT
COMIC-CUTS - guts (AUST)
CONAN - Boil. Also SIR ARTHUR. (from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Boil)
CORFIES - Balls (from coffee stalls - balls)
COUGH & DRAG - Cigarette (from cough & drag - fag)
COUNTRY COUSIN - dozen (AUST)
COZZERS - police, from Hebrew ‘chazer’ meaning pig. (LS&2SB)
CROSBY STILLS & NASH - Cash. See BANGERS & MASH, ARHTUR ASHE
CRUST OF BREAD - head
CRYSTAL - short for ‘crystal clear’. (LS&2SB)
CUNT - Usually regarded as the strongest swear word in British English. Lit. the female sex organs (S)
CUSTARD - short for ‘custard and jelly, Modern Rhyming Slang for ‘telly’ which is short for ‘television’. See LIZA (LS&2SB)

 


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Bad boys  –  Sarah Lima  23/MAR/2009, 9:44 AM
Bad boys  –  Dale/CR  23/MAR/2009, 10:12 AM
Bad boys  –  Sarah Lima  23/MAR/2009, 11:01 AM
Bad boys  –  CR  23/MAR/2009, 1:53 PM
Bad boys  –  Dale/CR  23/MAR/2009, 2:07 PM
 Bad boys  –  PPAULO  23/MAR/2009, 2:30 PM
CCBB  –  CR  23/MAR/2009, 2:53 PM
Bad boys  –  Dale/CR  23/MAR/2009, 3:13 PM
Bad boys  –  sarah lima  25/MAR/2009, 2:20 PM
Bad boys  –  Dale/CR  26/MAR/2009, 12:45 PM
Bad boys  –  sarah Lima  30/MAR/2009, 9:54 AM
Bad boys  –  CR  30/MAR/2009, 3:20 PM

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