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Frenchy

Saltos de línea: Frenchy
Pronunciación: /ˈfrɛn(t)ʃi
 
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(also Frenchie)

Definición de Frenchy en inglés:

adjetivo (Frenchier, Frenchiest)

informal , chiefly derogatory
Typically French in character: progressive Frenchy art
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You're a second lieutenant in the war room, standing beside General Genocidal as he rants and raves about blowing those Frenchie commies off the face of the planet.
  • He might want to think twice about saying some of this Frenchie stuff too far west, though.
  • Don't get me started on that Frenchy boy.

sustantivo (plural Frenchies)

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1 informal , chiefly derogatory A French person.
Example sentences
  • Then how are we to sink the Frenchies and the Spanish?
  • As you may or may not know, it's about Crowe with blond shoulder-length hair being very manly in a naval adventure against the dastardly Frenchies.
  • The Frenchies were fascinated with the sheep and cried ‘muttons!’
1.1Canadian A French Canadian.
Example sentences
  • I should have come when the nice Frenchie was still here.
2British informal , dated short for French letter.

Words that rhyme with Frenchy

chichi

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