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Citation: Ohé, du bâteau.
Ohé, La Diane, où ce qu'elle se trouve à présent?
Au quai toujours, nom de Dieu. T'es Guillaume?
Non. Etienne.
Ben. Je m'en vais. Qu'est-ce que tu as là?
  Des galériens.
Ah, les bougres. Bon. Au plaisir, eh.
Au plaisir, et je te souhaite merde, eh?
Language: colloquial French
References: The Letter of Marque, page 192
Meaning: Ahoy, the boat.
Ahoy: the Diane, where's she at the moment?
At the dock, as usual, in God's name. Are you William?
No, Stephen.
OK. I must be off. What have you got there?
Ah, those poor fellows. OK. Goodbye, then.
Goodbye, and I wish you shit, eh?


To "wish someone shit" is slang for wishing luck.

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