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Polish Poland

lać wodę

Idiom USED Very frequently BY Students

(to pour water) • to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers

"Esej na trzy strony? Trzeba będzie lać wodę."

"A 3-page essay? We will have to pour water."

Confirmed by 4 people

Polish Poland

strzelać

Slang USED On Occasion BY Students

(to shoot) • A verb describing not knowing the answer in a multi-choice assignment but choosing one anyways.

"Nie uczyłem się na sprawdzian, więc strzelałem."

"I didn't study for the exam, so I was shooting."

Confirmed by 2 people

Dutch Netherlands

AVG

Name USED On Occasion BY Students

A standard Dutch meal of potatoes (aardappelen), meat (vlees) and vegetables (groenten).

"Wil je wat van mijn pasta?" "Nee gast, ik ga vanavond een AVG'tje doen."

"Do you want some of my pasta?" "No dude, I am going to do a little AVG tonight."

Confirmed by 4 people

Dutch Netherlands

restaurant de Gouden Bogen

Name USED On Occasion BY students

(n.) • (restaurant the Golden Bows) • McDonalds.

"Gaan we na het afpilsen nog naar restaurant de Gouden Bogen?"

"After the last beer, are we going to the restaurant the Golden Bows?"

Confirmed by 3 people

Dutch Netherlands

natte tosti

Slang USED On Occasion BY Students

(n.) • (wet grilled cheese sandwich) • Slick frat boy who uses a lot of hair gel.

"Zie je die corpsbal met dat haar? Wat een natte tosti!"

"Do you see that frat boy with that haircut? What a wet grilled cheese sandwich!"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Dutch Netherlands

soggen

Abbreviation USED On Occasion BY Students

(v.) • The act of committing sog, abbreviation of studie-ontwijkend gedrag (study avoiding behaviour).

“Ik verveel me stierlijk in de UB. Dus het is tijd om te soggen, en dan maak ik memes.”

“I'm terribly bored in the university library. So it is time to sog, and then I make memes.”

Dutch Netherlands

quabo

Abbreviation USED On Occasion BY students

(n.) • Short for "quarantaineborrel" (quarantine drinks).

"Heb je plannen voor vanavond?" "Ja, ik heb vanavond quabo."

"Do you have plans for tonight?" "Yes, tonight I have quabo."

Confirmed by 2 people

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Dutch Netherlands

loca

Abbreviation USED On Rare Occasion BY Students

(n.) • Short for "locatie" (location) and used to refer to the "share your location" function on WhatsApp.

"Stuur me even je loca."

"Send me your loca."

Confirmed by 2 people

Dutch Netherlands

vvv'tje

Abbreviation USED On Occasion BY Students

(n.) • (little vvv) • Stands for "vriend(en) van vroeger" (friend from the past)

"Hoe was het feestje?" "Ja leuk, veel vvv'tjes"

"How was the party?" "Fun, loads of little vvv's"

Confirmed by 2 people

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Dutch Netherlands

krijg nou tieten

Expression USED On Occasion BY male students, men, everyone

(interj.) • (get tits now) • Expression of surprise, sort of like the English OMG.

"Vliegende man in een jetpack gezien door piloten in Amerika? Krijg nou tieten; dat kan niet, joh."

"Man flying using a jet pack seen by American pilots? Grow some tits; that's impossible, man!"

Confirmed by 2 people

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French Belgium

baptême

Word USED On Occasion BY Students

(n.) • (baptism) • An initiation ritual in Belgian universities in order to join one of the university groups. The students who succeed in the initiation are called "baptisés" (= baptised). The "bleus" (= "blues"; the students doing the initiation) have to take part in various activities for a few weeks. A "baptême" is a bit like fraternities and sororities in the US, but there's no attention payed to gender, no restricted number of members, and the baptised don't live together.

"J'ai l'intention de faire mon baptême quand j'irai à l'université, comme ça je pourrai rencontrer des gens plus facilement."

"I intend to do my baptism when I go to university so that I can meet people more easily."

Confirmed by 4 people

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French Belgium

guindaille

Word USED Very frequently BY Students

(n.) • This word refers to student parties, often in university towns, where beer is highly consumed. There is also music, often old French songs, and student songs. You can also use the verb "guindailler".

"A chaque fois que je vais en guindaille, je deviens mort bourré."

"Whenever I go to guindaille, I get very drunk."

Confirmed by 3 people

French & Dutch Belgium

kot

Word USED Frequently BY Students

(n.) • Typical Belgian word used by Dutch- and French-speakers. It is a student accommodation, often a flat shared with other students.

"Ce soir, je fais une pré à mon kot; tu viendras?"

"Tonight, I'm having a preparty at my dorm; will you come?"

Confirmed by 7 people

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French France

cul-sec

Word USED Very frequently BY Students

(dry ass) • Equivalent to "bottoms-up" or "chug". To drink a glass of alcohol in a single shot.

"Il a bu sa bière cul-sec."

"He chugged his beer."

Confirmed by 12 people

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French France

se bourrer la gueule

Expression USED Very frequently BY Students

To get shitfaced.

"On s'est bourré la gueule hier, on s'est tous réveillé avec la gueule de bois."

"We got shitfaced yesterday and woke up with a hangover."

Confirmed by 7 people

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French Lyon, France

vago

Word USED Very frequently BY Students

(n.) • Slang term for "car".

"Ma vago est tombée en panne hier."

"My car broke down yesterday."

Confirmed by 5 people

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French France

stylé

Word USED Very frequently BY Students

Something or someone cool and trendy.

"Hyper stylé le nouvel iPhone!"

"The new iPhone is so cool!"

Confirmed by 11 people