- TROTS (TO HAVE THE)понос.
American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.
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Trots — «trots», noun, plural Trots. Informal. a Trotskyite … Useful english dictionary
trots — • trots, oaktat, oavsett … Svensk synonymlexikon
trots — noun a) Diarrhoea/diarrhea. Ive had the trots all morning and havent been able to go out. b) A trotting race meet; harness racing. He went to the trots in Yonkers … Wiktionary
trots — I Australian Slang 1. diarrhoea; 2. harness racing of horses II Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) horse racing with a buggy diaorrhoea as in having a dose of the trots … English dialects glossary
trots — horse racing with a buggy diaorrhoea as in having a dose of the trots … Kiwi (New Zealand slang)
trots — n. (Slang) diarrhea ( the trots ) trÉ‘t /trÉ’t n. gait between a walk and a run, jog; gait of a horse between a walk and a canter; (Archaic) old woman v. move briskly; move with a gait between a walk and run (usually of a horse); cause to trot … English contemporary dictionary
trots — n. a case of diarrhea. □ I got thetrots and can’t go out tonight. □ There’s a lot of the trots going around … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
trots — Synonyms and related words: BM, bloody flux, bowel movement, cardialgia, catharsis, cholera morbus, colic, constipation, costiveness, crap, defecation, dejection, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, evacuation, flux, gripe, gripes, heartburn,… … Moby Thesaurus
Trots — 1. diarrhoea; 2. harness racing of horses … Dictionary of Australian slang
trots — diarrhea … Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games
trots — Noun. Having diarrhoea. The origins are quite apparent, the need to hurry to the toilet with sickness. Cf. runs … English slang and colloquialisms