- Cockney Rhyming SlangBrotherMy manhole cover is coming for a visit. How does manhole cover rhyme with brother you ask? Simple... if you pronounce brother as "bruvver"!
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Manhole cover — Kraków manhole cover (note integral hinge). Modern manhole cover in Rome … Wikipedia
manhole cover — noun a flush iron cover for a manhole (as in a street) • Hypernyms: ↑top, ↑cover • Part Holonyms: ↑manhole … Useful english dictionary
Manhole cover theft — An open manhole in Germiston, South Africa. Manhole cover theft is the phenomenon of manhole covers being stolen, usually for resale as scrap. Long considered to be a childish prank or simple vandalism, this type of theft is often expensive to… … Wikipedia
New York City manhole cover abbreviations — This is a list of manhole cover markings found in New York City.* Bell System * BMT = Brooklyn Manhattan Transit Corporation * BRT = Brooklyn Rapid Transit * BSBQ = Bureau of Sewers, Borough of Queens * CT ES Co. = Consolidated Telegraph… … Wikipedia
List of New York City manhole cover abbreviations — This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. This is a list of manhole cover markings found in New York City. Bell System BMT = Brooklyn Manhattan Transit Corporation BPM = Manhattan Borough Monument BRT = Brooklyn Rapid Transit BSBQ =… … Wikipedia
Manhole — For other uses, see Manhole (disambiguation). PMG manhole in a city street, Perth, Western Australia … Wikipedia
cover — 1. verb 1) she covered her face with a towel Syn: protect, shield, shelter; hide, conceal, veil Ant: expose, reveal 2) his car was covered in mud Syn: cak … Thesaurus of popular words
cover — 1. verb 1) she covered her face with a towel Syn: protect, shield, shelter, hide, conceal, mask 2) his car was covered in mud Syn: cake, coat, encrust, plaster, smother … Synonyms and antonyms dictionary
Manhole (album) — Manhole Studio album by Grace Slick Released January 4, 1974 Recorded 1973 at … Wikipedia
manhole — [man′hōl΄] n. an opening, often with a cover, through which a person can enter a sewer, conduit, ship s tank, etc. for repair work or inspection … English World dictionary