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VERB   gueuler | gueule | avoir gueulé | gueulant
anat. zool. gueule {f}
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mouth [of predatory animal, reptile, fish, frog]
gueule {f} [fam.] [bouche humaine]gob [coll.] [human mouth]
gueule {f} [fam.] [bouche]trap [coll.] [mouth]
gueule {f} [vulg.] [bouche]hole [vulg.] [mouth]
2 Words: Others
casse-gueule {adj} [fam.]breakneck
casse-gueule {adj} [fam.]break-neck
2 Words: Nouns
cuis. amuse-gueule {m}appetizer
gueule {f} cassée [fam.][person with facial disfigurement]
gueule {f} d'empeigne [vulg.] [péj.] [vieilli]shithead [vulg.] [pej.]
3 Words: Verbs
cuis. emporter la gueule [épices] [loc.] [fam.]to take the roof off one's mouth [idiom] [coll.]
faire la gueule [fam.]to pout
faire la gueule [fam.]to pull a (sulky) face [Br.]
3 Words: Nouns
foutage {m} de gueule [fam.]piss-take [Br.] [vulg.]
gueule {f} de bois [fam.]hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
4 Words: Verbs
avoir une bonne gueule [loc.]to appear friendly
avoir une grande gueule [loc.]to be all mouth [coll.] [idiom]
avoir une grande gueule [loc.]to have a big mouth [coll.] [idiom]
avoir une grande gueule [loc.]to be all mouth and no trousers [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
avoir une sale gueule [loc.]to appear disagreeable
casser la gueule à qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
faire la gueule à qn. [fam.]to be cross with sb.
se bourrer (la gueule) [fam.] [ivre]to get sloshed [esp. Br., sl.] [drunk]
se bourrer la gueule [fam.]to get completely drunk
se bourrer la gueule [fam.]to get completely wasted [coll.] [drunk]
se fendre la gueule [fam.] [loc.]to split one's sides [coll.] [idiom]
se soûler la gueule [fam.] [ivre]to get sloshed [esp. Br., sl.] [drunk]
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir la gueule de bois [fam.]to be hungover
avoir la gueule de bois [fam.]to be hung over [coll.] [also: hungover]
jeter qn. dans la gueule du loupto throw sb. to the wolves
pousser un coup de gueule [loc.]to kick up a real fuss [idiom]
se foutre de la gueule de qn. [fam.]to wind sb. up [esp. Br.] [coll.]
se foutre de la gueule de qn. [fam.]to make fun of sb.
se foutre de la gueule de qn. [fam.]to take the piss out of sb. [Br.] [vulg.]
se jeter dans la gueule du loup [loc.]to stick one's head in the lion's mouth [idiom]
se payer la gueule de qn. [fam.] [duper]to take sb. for a ride [coll.]
 
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