Can you tell me some British words?
50 Must-Know British Slang Words and Phrases
- Bloke. “Bloke” would be the American English equivalent of “dude.” It means a “man.”
- Lad. In the same vein as “bloke,” “lad” is used, however, for boys and younger men.
- To leg it.
- Trollied / Plastered.
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Is pip pip cheerio offensive?
Usage notes. Very rarely used in North America, where it is most likely to be considered humorous and is often used in a parody of British English speakers, particularly in “Pip pip, cheerio!” or “Pip pip, old chap!”.
Why do British say bruv?
‘Bruv’ – it’s a shortened version of brother. Note the spelling B-R-U-V. Often, in informal writing such as song lyrics and text messages, the spelling of words is shortened. In this case, U-V replaces O-T-H.
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What do Brits call their sister?
Meanwhile, skin and blister is Cockney rhyming slang for sister, which can also be shortened by both Brits and Americans to just sis.
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