cramé


cramé
n.m.
Odeur de brûlé :

Ça sent le cramé.

/ Partie brûlée :

Ce que je préfère dans le gigot, c'est le cramé.

/ Individu de race noire (péjoratif et raciste).

Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire. . 2009.

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