Posted by Steve E on June 24, 2005
In Reply to: Translation in french for 'slippy-sloppy' posted by Jeannine on June 24, 2005
: question: Want to know the translation in french for 'slippy-sloppy' in this sentence; The wter was all slippy-sloppy in the larder ansd in the back side. ( extract from the Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher by Beatrix potter °)
: thanks a lot
There were some typos in your sentence. Did you mean: "The water was all slippy-sloppy in the larder and in the back side." If so, then the translation per Google is: L'eau était tout slippy-mouillée dans le larder et dans l'arrière.
Not sure how reliable that is.