alt

boludo

Spanish Argentina

Word USED Very frequently BY Most People

(n.) It's originally an insult meaning dumb or idiot, but it's also frequently used with friends.

"Che boludo, ¿cómo andás?"

"Hey boludo, how are you going?"





syn

dat zegt me niks*

* that says me nothing

Dutch Netherlands

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Everyone

Way of saying something doesn’t sound familiar or doesn’t “ring a bell”

“Ken je dit?” “Nee, zegt me niks.”

“Do you know this?” “No, it says me nothing.”





syn

alt

æ

شو في ما في؟*

* What's there not there

Arabic | Levantine Lebanon

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Anyone

A way of saying 'what's up?', typically used with friends and family or acquaintances.

"شو في ما في؟" "والله وا في شي"

"What's up?" "Nothing much"





alt

æ

wee

Scots Scotland

Word USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(adj.) Meaning 'small' or 'little'. Can also be used to mean 'young'.

"Gie us a wee dram a' yer whiskey pal"

"Give me a small sip of your whiskey, mate"





alt

æ

Comu semu? *

* How are we (doing)?

Sicilian Sicily, Italy

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Everyone

This is what you say when you meet someone you haven’t seen in a while and you want to know what’s new and how they're doing.

"We Carmelo, comu semu?"

"Hey Carmelo, what’s up?"





syn

alt

kaj ima?*

* What is there?

Croatian Zagreb, Croatia

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

An informal way to greet friends.

"Di si care, kaj ima?"

"Hey man, what's up?"





syn

alt

æ

bedda*

* beautiful

Sicilian Sicily, Italy

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(n.) It literally means beautiful, so don't be surprised if Sicilian grannies call you that.

“Ciao, bedda!”

“Hello, beautiful”





faire du train*

* to make a train

French Québec, Canada

Expression USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

To make a lot of noise, to make a racket. Usually used to call out people who are annoying you by making too much noise in your surroundings.

"Arrête donc de faire du train!"

"Stop making so much noise!"





avoir la chienne*

* to have the (female) dog

French Québec, Canada

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

Synonymous with being afraid, it designates a state of anxiety or fear.

"Je dois faire un discours devant l'école demain. J'ai la chienne."

"I need to do a speech in front of the school tomorrow. I'm terrified."





avoir son voyage*

* to have your holiday trip

French Québec, Canada

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

to be fed up with something, annoyed or disgusted. can also be used to mark astonishment ("I can't believe it!")

"Ma soeur vole toujours mes vêtements, j'en ai mon voyage!!"

"My sister always steals my clothes, I've had enough of it!"





vole*

* dude

Czech Czechia

Slang USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(n.) A colloquial expression used among close friends that can also be used as an insult.

''Hele, vole, máš dneska čas?''

''Hey, dude, are you free today?"





syn

alt

ziom*

* mate, friend

Polish Poland

Slang USED Very frequently BY Teens

(n.) A male friend or homie, could work as "mate" equivalent, but in a very informal situations.

"Mój ziomek ma fajną furę."

"My homie has a cool ride (car)."





syn

alt

æ

Oright?*

* Are you alright?

English United Kingdom

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Everyone

A common and informal way to greet someone.

"Oright mate, how's it going?" "Yeah, not too bad, thanks."





In the street

English New York, United States

Slang USED Very frequently BY ex inmates

It's slang for "in the free world", "out of prison".

"Now that I've been in the street for 7 years, I've accomplished many things."





syn

alt

gros*

* a big person

French Area around Lyon, France

Name USED Very frequently BY young adults

Slang term for "mate", "dude" or "bro".

"Gros t'as pas vu mes clefs?"

"Mate did you find my keys?"


Confirmed by 2 people