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1 day ago 16. "Bell end." What it sounds like: The bottom of a bell. What it really means: Penis. 17. "Stag night." What it sounds like: When the deer come out at …

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64 Great English Slang Words + Funny British Insults1 week ago 5. Give us a bell – phone me. An ode to the great Alexander Graham Bell who invented the telephone. 6. Let’s have a brew – you’ll hear this a lot. It means, let’s have a hot drink together. 7. Sounds a bit dodge – one of the English slang …

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1 week ago Jun 22, 2011  · Anglotopia’s Top 100 Favorite British Slang Words and Phrases. 1. Tosser – Idiot. 2. Cock-up – Screw up. 3. Bloody – Damn. 4. Give You A Bell – Call you.

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Understanding Casual British: 18 Essential UK Slang …1 day ago Well OK, just a few cheeky drinks.”. 5. Fag. In American English, “fag” is a derogatory (insulting or mean) term for someone who is gay. In British slang, however, it just means a cigarette. “I’m going outside for a fag.”. 6. Cuppa. …

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4 days ago Mar 20, 2015  · The 100 Funniest Words in English. The fear of running out of reading material. To leave or abscond with something. Some who alleges. Lacking a brain. A loud row or quarrel. Making a mountain out of a molehill. Loud, raucous profanity. To speak pompously or brag.

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Common UK Expressions: 30+ Sayings the British Are …1 week ago If you find yourself in the U.K., there are quite a few British sayings you need to have in your vocabulary. Explore this list of the most common ones to know.

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6 days ago Oct 13, 2020  · Note the use of “man” in the singular to mean “men” or even “people”. I just threw in an extra slang term for free. 04. Barmy. Crazy. “That’s a barmy idea”. 05. Bender. British people like to enjoy themselves.

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50+ Common British Phrases to Impress your British Mates1 day ago Feb 06, 2020  · Taking the piss means to mock or make fun of someone or something. The bee’s knees – A phrase you use to describe something you are very fond of. Don’t get your knickers in a twist – Don’t get upset/worked up. A …

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100+ British slang words and expressions to knock your …1 week ago Feb 14, 2022  · To further muddy the waters, entrenched in British culture there exists a language within a language. The art of British slang. We guide you through 100+ words and phrases from the English dictionary that may well have an …

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20 of the Most Common British Slang Words - BSC (EN)1 week ago Jun 20, 2019  · 11. Naff (adj) So 'naff' is a word with an interesting history. Back in the 1960s, it was illegal to be gay in the UK and so gay men began to use a kind of code language or slang that was a mix of Italian, Romany and rhyming slang. …

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1 week ago Mar 30, 2022  · Definition - to talk in a low inarticulate way: mutter. Chunter, like bebop and bisbigliando, is a word of imitative origin.In use since the 16th century, it is one of a fine number of synonyms the English language possesses for “mutter.” Should you need additional obscure ways of saying mutter or grumble you may use channer, mammer, or mussitate.. And nanny, …

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1 week ago Jan 17, 2022  · Trivia & Usage of British vs American words. Acetaminophen. Paracetamol. Health. Paracetamol can relieve pain and lower fever and the main active ingredient in many formulations sold worldwide under brand names including Tylenol, Panadol and Calpol. One of those British vs American words that really should be standardized worldwide.

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3 days ago Apr 22, 2018  · Funny Words starting with A: Abibliophobia: The fear of running out of reading materials to read. Sentence: I have so many reading materials in my house, anyone would think that I have Abibliophobia or something! Abozzo: A rough sketch of a drawing or a draft poem. Sentence: I’m almost finished with my abozzo of the Eiffel tower. Ama: Japanese diver who …

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1 day ago Jan 30, 2015  · 1. Arse, arsehole – n., variants of ass and asshole. Can also be used to mean bothered ("Can't be arsed") or acting the fool ("Stop arsing about!"). Mild. 2. Bastard – n., illegitimate child ...

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1 week ago Jul 28, 2017  · Twit. Waddle. Tinkle. Bebop. Egghead. Ass. Twerp. Surprising no? The Dave Desk would have expected more intrinsically funny sounding words like sausage or banana but no, of the top 12 we notice ...

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1 week ago Sep 16, 2020  · Whether you think this list is the "bee's knees" or if it's enough to make you want to "pop your clogs," scroll on to discover 88 very British phrases -- in alphabetical order -- …

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1 week ago Jul 30, 2018  · funny words. Bumfuzzle — To confuse someone. Lollygag — To dawdle or be overly slow. Nudiustertian — The recent past (literally “the day before yesterday”). Brouhaha — An overexcited response. Batrachomyomachy — To make a mountain out of a molehill. Cattywampus — Disorganized, when something is not arranged correctly.

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5 days ago May 09, 2012  · Tosser – Supreme Asshole or jerk. Wanker – Idiot. Slag – Whore, the worst kind. Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys – The French. Lost the plot – Gone crazy or completely stupid. Daft Cow – Dumb, large woman. Arsehole – Asshole. Barmy – Stupid or crazy. Chav – White Trash / Low Class.

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3 days ago Apr 29, 2020  · However, English also has some very funny, silly words in its vocabulary! We have collected the BSC Team's favourite and funniest English words, how to pronounce them, and the amusing meanings behind them. 10 Funniest English Words Bamboozle. pronounced - bam-boo-zle. Bamboozle means to trick or fool someone, often by trying to confuse them.

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2 days ago Sep 28, 2013  · 2. Baccy: shortened word for “tobacco;” also, “wacky backy” means marijuana. 3. Barmy: crazy, insane; always derogatory. 4. Bender: derogatory term for homosexual, like “poof.” (Note: You probably shouldn’t use it or you’ll get slapped, but it’s worthy of note for giving Futurama a very different meaning.)

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1 day ago A negative word for an old-fashioned person who does not accept modern trends. – “Maybe it makes me a fuddy-duddy , but I really don’t think mini …

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1 day ago May 20, 2014  · 5. Snickersnee. While this word sounds like something funny or possibly cute, it is actually referring to a long, dangerous knife. It was first used in reference to cut-and-thrust fighting in the 1700s and is still occasionally used when referencing the knife, though it is becoming more and more obsolete. 6.

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2 days ago Oct 29, 2015  · The 100 Best Swear Words In The English Language. We might be bad at lots of things, but no one swears better than the British. by Alex Finnis. BuzzFeed Staff, UK. 1.

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2 days ago Nov 16, 2015  · 1. Gobsmacked. Example: “I can’t believe that young man didn’t hold the door open for Princess Mary, I’m Gobsmacked!”. 2. Damp Squib. Example: “We’d planned a lovely summer picnic on the village green but what with all the wasps, the chilly wind and James being depressed about the football results it was a bit of a damp squib ...

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1 day ago Apr 06, 2022  · Our talented team of writers shared their favorites and we put together a list of the funniest and silliest of the bunch, so here we go – the 12 funniest words in English: 1. Shenanigans. 2. Bamboozle. 3. Bodacious. 4. Brouhaha.

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4 days ago Jul 28, 2017  · The pair asked 821 participants to rate 11 starter words that were found to score highly in the funny stakes in pilot research. Next the volunteers were asked to rate the funniest of 200 words randomly picked from an overall group of 5,000. ... ©2022 Hearst UK is the trading name of the National Magazine Company Ltd, 30 Panton Street ...

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4 days ago Aug 01, 2018  · Telling The Time. While I was in Boston, I found that Americans tended to say the time as though it were written digitally, e.g. 18:45 would be said aloud as “six forty five”, whereas Brits would more commonly say “quarter to seven”. The same applies with 18:05, which would be said by Americans as “six o five”, and by Brits as ...

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1 week ago May 05, 2022  · English is the de facto national language of Britain, but that doesn’t mean you’ll take to the vernacular like a duck to water. The locals like their slang more than most, and deciphering it requires expert supervision. This guide to British sayings, funny British phrases, dirty expressions, slang words, and more will not only help you understand what the people of …

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