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08:32 Jan 2, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: hump
Gangstsers talking about a mobster.

"all these humps are the same. They think they're real cute".

No one seems to have heard of it.

Thanks
Ana.uk
Local time: 13:22
French translation:jerk
Explanation:
It's hollywood's new word, we seem to be hearing it more and more these days and in every television show or new movie.

It is a colloquialism to mean jerk (or some other colourful words such as: , asshole, idiot, nimrod, etc.) with reference to men. I believe it comes from the action "to hump" which I think you probably know what that one means.

Hope this is of assistance.
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Maryse Benhoff
Local time: 08:22
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Thanks again. Think I'll use one of the usual french colourful offerings...
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jerk


Explanation:
It's hollywood's new word, we seem to be hearing it more and more these days and in every television show or new movie.

It is a colloquialism to mean jerk (or some other colourful words such as: , asshole, idiot, nimrod, etc.) with reference to men. I believe it comes from the action "to hump" which I think you probably know what that one means.

Hope this is of assistance.



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Maryse Benhoff
Local time: 08:22
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FrenchFrench
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Thanks again. Think I'll use one of the usual french colourful offerings...
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