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Britslang

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        StatementRobson Books
        PublishersRobson Books
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsApril 17, 2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 86 p. :
        Number of Pages65
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10186105534X
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Britslang: An Uncensored A-Z of the People's Language, Including Rhyming Slang. jack up Inject an illegal drug. Yam Although generally known as a vegetable, in London this is a verb. ' This means milk and two sugars with the teabag left in Britslang a while. Britslang - Honking is being sick or throwing up. Taking the biscuit - If something really takes the biscuit, it means it out-does everything else and cannot be bettered.

It is commonly believed that cant was developed from but the Winchester Confessions, a pamphlet published in 1616, clearly distinguishes between Gypsy and Cant words.

Or in the north "tara" which is pronounced sort of like "churar". You've come to the right place. No other in the world has been as bastardised as this one! fag end the used stub of a cigarette and by extension the unpleasant and worthless loose end of any situation. Britslang

British Food Slang 101

Hopefully not getting caught in the process. Filch — Simply to steal. A very British term to describe lots of aspects of life in the United Kingdom.