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    a washed-up old lash?

    in Corrie a bloke describes his ex as "a washed-up old lash" . What does "lash" mean? is it common?

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    Re: a washed-up old lash?

    Quote Originally Posted by english-kazan View Post
    in Corrie a bloke describes his ex as "a washed-up old lash" . What does "lash" mean? is it common?
    Was it definitely lash, not lush?

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    Re: a washed-up old lash?

    clearly "lash" but now you mentioned it...

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