What is the word for text in French?

What is the word for text in French?

texte. More French words for text. le texte noun. wording, script, terms, work. textuels.

What is the meaning of the French word maintenant?

adverb. now [adverb] at once; immediately. I can’t do it now – you’ll have to wait. now [adverb] (at) this moment.

What does Oi you mean?

/ɔɪ/ ( US hey) used as a not very polite way of getting someone’s attention, especially when you are angry: Oi!

Is it rude to say oi?

It can definitely be used in a way which is rude but I think there are situations and tones of voice when it’s perfectly okay as an informal way of getting someone’s attention. Alis I think I would object to shithead too, but there aren’t that many people who think that is acceptable. I hear oi all the time!

What country is Oi?

Oi (Oy, Oey; also known as The, Thang Ong, Sok) is an Austroasiatic dialect cluster of Attapeu Province, southern Laos….Oi language.

Native to Laos
Ethnicity Oy, Jeng, Sok, Sapuan
Native speakers 24,000 (2015 census) plus 8,000 Sok, Sapuan and Jeng (1981–2007)

What does oi oi Savaloy mean?

“Oi oi saveloy” Tap to play or pause GIF. Company Pictures / skins.wikia.com. What it normally means: Attention, attention, cheap red sausage. What it means in Essex: “Hello, my friend.” Often shouted out of a moving vehicle.

What does it mean to call a girl a sort?

A term used to identify someone who is well-put together, attractive, and is likeable.

What is Roadman slang?

UK slang. someone, usually a young man, who spends a lot of time on the streets and may use or sell drugs, or cause trouble: He thinks he’s some kind of roadman.

What does innit FAM mean?

isn’t it

What is a ting British?

ting in British English (tɪŋ ) 1. a high metallic sound such as that made by a small bell. verb.

What does brummie mean?

adjective [usually ADJECTIVE noun] Brummie means belonging to or coming from Birmingham in England. [informal] …a Brummie accent. A Brummie is someone who comes from Birmingham.

Why is it called Cockney?

It is thought that the word Cockney originates from the Norman word for a sugar cake, cocaigne. The Normans called London the ‘Land of Sugar Cake’ and the name seems to have stuck with some variations over the years. In the 1360s the writer William Langland also used the term ‘cockeney’ to mean cock’s egg.

Is Cockney still spoken?

The new accent, known in slang terms as Jafaican, is most famously spoken by rap star Dizzee Rascal. “Cockney in the East End is now transforming itself into Multicultural London English, a new, melting-pot mixture of all those people living here who learnt English as a second language,” Prof Kerswill says.