I've enjoyed using your app and have the found extra information useful. However, I found an odd description the French (from English) course and would like know why.
I encountered the word "avale" (imperative, sing. 2nd person), for which in the "More meanings" the APP specifically added the meaning as "she swallows" (present, sing. 3rd person). This definition uses "she" instead of using the word "he" as you do everywhere else in the APP.
The sentence was not even sexual and did not refer to a woman, it's "Avale ces pilules !" (Swallow these pills!)
My immediately thought is that this is too deliberate to be dismissed as a mistake, and can only be interpreted as an distasteful joke. Unless Lingvist has other explanations for why only a "she" would swallow.
If there is no reason, just an oversight, then I'd also like to suggest: why not change back to the "he swallows"? Or if you must use she swallows, or perhaps explain that "she swallows, a reference to oral sex, and specifically by a woman),