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    lecher

    SUKEBE
    This is not a new word. It's rather a long-chrished
    word here, but still it's a slang word I think.
    "Hey, young lady. Why don't you date with me."
    "(This dirty old) SUKEBE!"
    Something like that.
    Are there any such slang words in English?
    Thank you.

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    Re: lecher

    'Dirty old man' is a common phrase, and 'lech' is an abbreviation used.


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    Re: lecher

    Thank you very much, tdol.

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    Re: lecher

    Hello Itasan,

    Here in the USA, we say the same things: "dirty old man" and "lech" or "lecherous old fool". Sometimes we say "slime", "slimy old thing" or "creep". If it's an old guy going after a young, say teen or early 20's, girl, then we'd also use "perv" (short for pervert).

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    Re: lecher

    Oh, so many words! Thank you very much, SweetMomma.

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