Exemples d'usage pour « a daddy of » en français
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EnglishThat would be like asking a child 'who do you love more, your Mummy or your Daddy?'
EnglishThe ten new countries in Eastern Europe can only dream of having a rich sugar daddy such as that.
EnglishWe went to the movies and had ice-cream cones, and then we went to see Daddy.
EnglishCause even a superstar mad daddy fish like me has to have the basic necessity.
EnglishIt seems like the knighting cermony wasn't the only time your... daddy let you down.
EnglishIn one of Daddy's clubs there's a black cocktail waitress named Elois.
EnglishI guess so, But my daddy says I'm never ever supposed to go in there,
EnglishDidn't Mommy and Daddy show you enough attention when you were a child?
EnglishYou should congratulate me right now, ' cause I'm about to be a daddy.
EnglishIf you're looking for your daddy, he's inside the courthouse.
EnglishDidn't you know your daddy is the best shot in this county?
EnglishI went and got my daddy to come out and thank you.
EnglishBut that is the only place daddy can get work''.
EnglishMy daddy was a railroad man ' til he got rich.
EnglishLike Daddy a-and his family... before they were concentrated.
EnglishThat's in Belgium, that's where daddy from.
EnglishMy daddy don't love me, my rhymes is played out...
EnglishYou and your daddy are cut from the same cloth.
EnglishRich bitch driving in her daddy's Escalade,
EnglishHe's running so fast, just like his daddy.
Traductions similaires pour « a daddy of » en français
a great deal of substantif
a good deal of substantif
a lot of adjectif
a ton of
a touch of adverbe
a touch of
a wide range of
a bit of
a breath of
a couple of
a flood of
- a cushy number
- a customs declaration
- a cut and dried opinions
- a cut-and-dried case
- a cut-throat business
- a cut-throat game
- a cycle ride
- a cypress hedge
- a dab of
- a dab with
- a daddy of
- a dainty morsel
- a damp squib
- a damsel in distress
- a dangerous crossroads
- a dazzling white
- a dead body
- a dead calm
- a dead faint
- a dead loss
- a deadly contraption