trannie


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trannie

(ˈtrænɪ) or

tranny

n, pl -nies
1. (Electronics) a transistor radio
2. a transvestite
Translations

trannie

tranny [ˈtrænɪ] N (trannies (pl))
1. = transistor (radio)
2. (Phot) = transparency 3
3. (= transvestite) → travesti mf
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Betty was born in Pope County on May 1, 1932 to Arthur and Trannie Hancock Hill.
amp;nbsp;"She's probably a trannie, you can't even tell anymore," another responded.
But while the trannie was certainly fullfigured and curvy, I happened to look down at her hands and found them huge, so huge I would later describe them as "kargador" hands.
I'd never seen a transvestite or trannie, as Alistair calls himself, close up before I walked into his flat.
I wondered if Gypsy was based on a real person, who was in fact a male-to-female trannie (the term that's in general use in Australia, where I live).
We had trannie dads and cyber mums, even one middle-aged sci-fi fan called Kevin who was so fanatical about Star Trek that he had the entire cast tattooed all over his body.
So even in these days of ultra-hi-tech communications, the old terrace trannie is still the safest option.
Their travails unravel with a forced quirkiness (one is involved with a trannie hooker, the second trannie-hooker-threatening-reputation-and-career subplot this week on ABC), and they kvetch endlessly about just how bad it is to be a handsomely paid white man in America.
No pink pastel tower block but - as it has been since 1912, and as it should - the one icon that shouts Teesside to the world - the Trannie in all its girdered glory
He took his own wig to the auditions and spent hours in make-up and wardrobe to transform himself into the statuesque trannie.
Rangers Breaks sub Simon Turner scored with his first touch against FC Trannie before Lee Mitchell levelled.
The radical icons of our liberation are being erased--the drag queens, the stone butches, the trannie boyz and girlz.