branleuse

Romanian translation: fetita (tarfa)

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French term or phrase:branleuse
Romanian translation:fetita (tarfa)
Entered by: Cristina Chaplin

22:53 Dec 6, 2005
French to Romanian translations [Non-PRO]
Psychology / branleuse
French term or phrase: branleuse
Tu est une branleuse (mentalitat)
yo
"fetita"/tarfa - scurt si la obiect
Explanation:
Si sunt destule hituri pe google cu respectiva terminologie si continut pentru amatori fara a fi nevoie sa iti mai ofer eu linkuri !


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Note added at 30 days (2006-01-06 10:39:27 GMT)
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branleur, branleuse (noun) † wanker,
insignificant or stupid person NOTE mildly
offensive

vezi the French Alternative DIctionary
http://www.notam02.no/~hcholm/altlang/ht/French.1.html#so14
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5 +2"fetita"/tarfa - scurt si la obiect
Cristina Chaplin


  

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"fetita"/tarfa - scurt si la obiect


Explanation:
Si sunt destule hituri pe google cu respectiva terminologie si continut pentru amatori fara a fi nevoie sa iti mai ofer eu linkuri !


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Note added at 30 days (2006-01-06 10:39:27 GMT)
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branleur, branleuse (noun) † wanker,
insignificant or stupid person NOTE mildly
offensive

vezi the French Alternative DIctionary
http://www.notam02.no/~hcholm/altlang/ht/French.1.html#so14

Cristina Chaplin
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:27
Native speaker of: Romanian
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agree  Eugen Cojocaru (X): hi hi hi!!! sunt o groaza de termeni prin care se poate traduce... :-)
48 days
  -> te cred Eugen...

agree  Mihai Badea (X)
60 days
  -> multumesc!
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