I came about this sentence "mal pagé". What does it mean? If we translate it literally, it seems it means "wrong page"? But, I think it should have some meaning as a sentence, doesn't it?
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Literally, “mal pagé” does not mean “wrong page” as “pagé” is not “page” and “mal” is an adverb (badly), not the adjective “mauvais”.
“Pagé” is probably the past participle of the verb “pager”, which is slang for “to sleep“ or “to lie down”), used here as an adjective. So my best guess is it is slang for “uncomfortably lying”.