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Maurizio Traiano
If one of us peaches It s a sort of saying ? That "peaches" a fruit? "That could get us burned as well," he said. "If one of us peaches to the wrong person..." "Now who would do that?" "Not me" "Your oath on it?"
7 févr. 2014 12:29
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It's one of these odd words from Middle English/Norman French which turn up now and then, and is related to "impeach". Its modern use is in a slang context.
7 février 2014
No, it's a verb. It means to snitch or tattle, to give evidence against another person.
7 février 2014
Maurizio Traiano
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