remettre en route le colloseum

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French term or phrase:remettre en route le colloseum
Polish translation:oworzyć (dyskotekę) Colloseum
Entered by: Maria Schneider

17:15 May 21, 2004
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French to Polish translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: remettre en route le colloseum
Il est 21.00 et ils remettent en route le colloseum
(courrier de maison d'arret)
Moja znajomosc slangu wiêziennego pozostawia wiele do zyczenia.
Domyslam sie, ze o 21.00 gasi sie swiatlo w celach???
Maria Schneider
Poland
Local time: 08:58


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2a moze zamykac w celach na noc ?
Dasty


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remettre en route le colosseum
a moze zamykac w celach na noc ?


Explanation:
1. Colosseum - to wysokie mury, wiezniowie w dzien pracuja, ucza sie, nie sa zamknieci w celach. Zamyka sie ich w celach tylko na noc lub za kare.
2. remettre en route le colosseum - moze oznaczac tez "od nowa ten sam cyrk" (Colosseum to przeciez cyrk rzymski), czyli ta sama procedura sprawdzania obecnosci w celach, zamykania cel, gaszenia swiatel, itp. ...

Dasty
Luxembourg
Local time: 08:58
Native speaker of: Native in PolishPolish
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Bardzo dziekuje, podoba mi sie tok myslenia...
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