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- n. Plural form of trot.
- n. Diarrhoea/diarrhea.
- n. A trotting race meet; harness racing.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trot.
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The Mexican joke for what a person should use for a bad case of the trots is a "mango".
In particular, Feldstein trots out this "$15 trillion" number that he says is the NPV gain of privatization.
And, of course, Nevin trots out that hackneyed myth of “the religious right” oppression as if any conservative or religious entity has or could stem the tide of the explosive growth of the porn industry, vile song lyrics, the sexualization of young girls by retailers and advertisers, teen pregnancy and drug use or any of the other rot in our culture.
Sometimes she called the trots "he" and sometimes "she," in the funniest way!
'I got frightened at the idea of croup, and cross-questioned him to discover if my trots were among the sufferers, but he shook his head.
Outside the bag What comes to mind when you think of "trots" That has always been code in my family and circle of friends for diarrhea (diarrhoea to our Commonwealth friends).
"Lomotil is what they gave me last week when I had the" trots "and it works pretty well.
It's gonna really suck for the other Dems in this race when Roy Barnes trots out his litany of successes that have directly impacted Georgians.
Though cattle ranchers sometimes consider them toxic (they give the cattle - and people - a bad case of the trots if they eat too many) we have been eating them for years straight from the bush.
Hector ignores the facts on the table trots out his pet list of buzzwords, but seems off his game.
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