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Definition of frenchie

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Definitions include: To fart, stink, or let a very rank burp.
Definitions include: variant of "awesome".
Definitions include: Retail slang for assistant manager - i.e. assistant manager.
Definitions include: A political ideology marked by the refusal of its adherents to admit that a policy (or set of policies) has any resemblance to Socialism.
Definitions include: To listen in on somebodies conversation without being invited. I.E.-You're on the bus talking with a friend and somebody you don't even know either tries to get into the conversation or is obviously listening.
Definitions include: Describing the sound made when sliding into a base, but in the context of the noise of a large individual doing so.
Definitions include: mainframe or mainframes.
Definitions include: The name given to a very short skirt. Origin: Greyhound racing. i.e. It is only an inch from the "hare."
Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: See the fuck.

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