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to go for a pee
Itliterally means "to shake the potatoes dry"and refers to a mans testicles.
achter het raam zitten
to work as a prostitute luring customers from behind an illuminated window
This expression means literally"to sit behind the window".
This is a mix of two expressions "aftrekken" and"masturberen".
to kiss intensely in a public place
Usually used reciprocally (elkaar aflebberen). Derived from "lebberen" which isa somewhat old-fashioned word meaning "tolick".
Used when someoneis giving a severe beating. Also "In elkaar slaan" meaning "To beat up".
to toss off
This word isstronger than "aftrekken". The literal sense is"to tear away" or "to rip off".
to toss off
The normal meaningis "to subtract"
A public place where street prostitutes have sex with their customers
The word means literally "finishingplace". It is usually a parking lot or a publicpark. In larger towns in the Netherlands thelocal council often semi-officially designate anarea on the outskirts of the town or near anindustrial area where this kind of business istolerated.
To shit all over. "Ikvoel me afgezeken" meaning "I feel shit on(lit. pissed on)".
to give a blow job
The word isderived from "zuigen". The prefix "af" carriesthe idea of "taking something away" like theEnglish "off".
anderhalve man en een paardekop
a very small audience
This expression meansliterally "one man and a half and a horsehead". It is used to express that a meeting or theatre performance is badly visited.
A non-intellectual female person
Pejorative use of the female firstname once popular in Dutch working class.Often used in conjunction with its maleequivalent 'Johny'. Example: "Moet je die Anita zien."
Literally,"ashtray". But, this an archaic slang term(particularly in Zeeland) from World War II,when "as" was rendered as "ass" and "bak"as "back" or (in Dutch) "reet", hence "assman".
An anti-social person
A abbreviationof "asociaal" (anti-social).
to be very afraid
Theliteral meaning is "to shit mud."
to be fed up with one's designated task or more generally with the current situation
This word was originally used byconscripts in the Dutch army, then it becamepopular with school-children and now it isgenerally used. "baal" means "bale" or "bag";perhaps it is a reference to the work of carrying bales?
Derived fromdonderen (to thunder) because of negativeassociations.