well-hung


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well-hung

 (wĕl′hŭng′)
adj. Vulgar Slang
Having large genitals. Used of a male.

well-hung

adj (well hung when postpositive)
1. (Cookery) (of game) hung for a sufficient length of time
2. slang (of a man) having large genitals
Translations

well-hung

[ˌwelˈhʌŋ] ADJ
1. [man] → bien dotado, bien despachado, con un buen paquete
2. (Culin) [game] → bien manido
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Well," emailed one reader, "now I know what they mean by well-hung meat.
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A well-hung gate should never sag, but some posts will "give" during spring thaw, and over time a heavy gate may droop lower on the far end and start to drag on the ground.
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Jury's still out on whether it's a well-hung Parliament.
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He said: "They're a jock for well-hung men - not a pair of Wonderpants.