• What does THE Stand For?

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  • What does THE mean? We know 500 definitions for THE abbreviation or acronym in 8 categories. Possible THE meaning as an acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term vary from category to category. Please look for them carefully.

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*****INSIDE THE WIREinside an enemy combatant detention facility. Working “inside the wire” of the enemy combatant detention facility can lead to stress for the US troops working there.
*****LOAD THE BOATcall in senior medical staff as ass-covering exercise
****PREACHING TO THE CHOIRSaying something that is very obvious to those who are listening.
****ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE.An extended journey aboard a cruise ship that either completes a circumnavigation of the globe or visits a significant portion of it. Round the world cruises can last many months are often sold in seg
***BACK OF THE HOUSE.Support and service areas usually not seen by guests of a hotel or theme park.
***FAIR SUCK OF THE SAV!exclamation of astonishment and wonder, awe, disbelief (see also 'sav')
***KANGAROOS LOOSE IN THE TOP PADDOCKIntellectually inadequate ('he's got kangaroos loose in the top paddock')
***RAW PRAWN, TO COME THEto engage in bullshit, to be annoyingly disagreeable. See also 'Come the raw prawn'
***LAUNDRY ON THE FIELDPenalty flags thrown during a football game.
Nfl teams
***NAIL IN THE COFFINAn action that will lead something to come to a final finish.
***COME OFF THE GRASSTell me the truth, give it to me straight
***RATE OF THE DAY.A hotel pricing system in which the rack rate varies from day to day.
***LADY OF THE EVENING.A euphemism for a prostitute.
***FFFF (OR THE 4F'S)Find 'em, Feel 'em, Fondle'em, and Forget 'em. Polite version. This expression is in this listing for historical reference only and is not recommended for use anywhere. The Four F's probably originated and certainly came to prominence in the British Armed
***FAIR CRACK OF THE WHIP!A request directed to others to display an honest understanding, dealing or arrangement
***SW AND THE 7DSnow White and the 7 Dwarfs
**TAKE THE MICKEY OUT OFto deliberately tease or ridicule somebody
**TACHYLORDYOSIS (WITH THE JUNCTIONAL JESUS)Usually a middle-aged to older black female American with a complaint of 'lordy, lordy, lordy, lordy, lordy, lordy', occasionally with the interspersed 'Jesus' i.e. 'lordy, lordy, lordy, lordy, Jesus help me, lordy, lordy'
*EATING THE BILL(USA) providing care for indigent patients lacking insurance i.e. 'We ate the bill on that guy.'
*LIGHT IN THE LOAFERSA male person of alternative lifestyle. Randy is sort of 'Light in the loafers'.
*AT THE END OF THE DAYWhen everything is finished.
*NINETY TO THE DOZENan amusing expression directed at a person who constantly talks on and on and never realises when to stop talking and shut-up!
*TICKLE THE TONSILSA witty expression to absorb or digest information or food
*RRR ('THE 3RS')Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic. 'Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic' is the modern interpretation, also shown as 'Reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic'. The abbreviation has at times been interpreted using different words, for example 'Reckoning', and 'Reasoning' hav