UK english/american-Some of these aren't accurate, but it's pretty neat!
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British English Slang - I've got a couple of additions to this one:'Dog's dinner' means 'a mess', something that's gone wrong, rather than 'dressed nicely'. There's also a common extension to the 'going to bed' phrase, where you say: "I'm climbing the wooden hill to Bedfordshire.

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How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?
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And to this day, all of these continue to be used by me.....and confuse others around me.  Perhaps that's why I continue to do it!

And to this day, all of these continue to be used by me.....and confuse others around me. Perhaps that's why I continue to do it!

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British Vs American English: 100+ Differences Illustrated: I seriously need to keep this on hand, because I can never remember which spelling to use for some of these words

British Vs American English: 100+ Differences Illustrated: I seriously need to keep this on hand, because I can never remember which spelling to use for some of these words

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ARGOTOPOLIS is a map of London slang by Adam Dant, Cartographer Extraordinaire & Jonathon Green, Lexicographer of Slang – organised around relevant locations in the capital. Click on Adam’s map to study it in detail and read Jonathan’s glossary below to learn more about the language. via Spitalfields Life

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Handy reference! Not food, but food-related. ~ British to American Food Translations

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