Nadsat for 'Friend'. Plural: Droogies.
I'm going out with my droogs to the cinny to shove a pooshka into the grahzny bratchny.
Beküldő: MoonKnight 2003. március 13.
Nadsat (teen) speak-as used by Anthony Burgess in his novel, A Clockwork Orange- used to mean "friend".
Applied in the real world as the punk equivalent of "homie".
Please note that Nadsat lingo (which consists of Russified English) originates from the BOOK A Clockwork Orange, and not from the movie, as the movie was based on the version of Burgess' novel published in the United States
My and my droogs are gonna head out as soon as Lower Class Brats finish their set.
Beküldő: devotchkadroog 2007. február 12.
Mates or pales. Used in the novel/film A Clockwork Orange
"there was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is pete, georgie, and dim."
Beküldő: Killer Kyle 2006. április 7.
Russian for Friend.
Ya tvoi droog.
Beküldő: eugene 2003. november 28.
A term meaning "friend." Most probably made popular by the novel "A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess, first published in 1962.
"There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie, and Dim, Dim being really dim, and we sat in the Korova Milkbar making up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening, a filp dark chill winter bastard through dry" (Burgess 1).
Beküldő: VoicelessSiren 2005. június 9.
a group of friends that are like brothes/sisters.Unlike the Clockwork Orange, droogs do not necissarily beat and rape people.Some may, and some may not.
My friend Joe is one of my droogs.
Beküldő: dzfh 2006. március 11.
Family name not too common in the Netherlands. Translation is: Dry
Mijn naam is Ed Droog.
Beküldő: Ed Droog 2003. augusztus 19.

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