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    (Original post by j4mes_bond25)
    In addition to the above-mentioned English slangs, how about having a quick look at UK vs. USA English

    1st year undergraduate OR Fresher freshman
    2nd year undergraduate sophomore
    3rd year undergraduate junior
    4th year undergraduate senior
    A (Adult film rating) M (Mature film rating)
    about turn about face
    accelerator gas pedal
    accountant bean counter
    aerial antenna
    alsatian German Shepherd
    amber (traffic light) yellow
    antenatal prenatal
    anti-clockwise counter-clockwise
    aubergine eggplants
    autumn fall
    baby's liquid feed formula
    bag sack
    bank holiday legal holiday
    barmaid female bartender
    barman man bartender
    barrister attorney
    bespoke custom-made, made to order
    big wheel ferris sheel
    bill (payment in restaurant) check
    biscuit cookie
    braces (clothing) suspenders
    brackets parentheses
    bumbag fanny bag
    bungalow ranch house
    by-law ordinance
    café diner
    candy floss cotton candy
    car automobile
    car bonnet hood
    car boot trunk
    car park parking lot
    caravan trailer, house trailer
    caretaker janitor
    carrycot bassinet
    cash machine ATM
    cashier teller
    catapult slingshot
    central reservation median
    chat confab
    chemist/chemist's shop drug store
    cheque check
    chick-pea garbanzo bean
    chimney smokestack
    chips french fries
    cinema (movie) theatre
    **** (adult male chicken) rooster
    condom rubber
    cooker stove
    coriander cilantro
    cot crib
    cotton buds cotton swabs
    crisps chips
    cul-de-sac dead-end
    cupboard closet
    current account checking account
    curriculum vitae resume
    curtains drapes
    cutlery silverware/flatware
    cycle rack (a row of holders where bicycles can be left) bike rack
    dinner jacket tuxedo
    dinner jacket/DJ tuxedo
    direct debit/standing order pre-authorized payment/withdrawal
    directory inquiries information
    double cream whipping cream
    draughts checkers
    draughts checkers
    dressing gown bathrobe
    dual carriageway divided highway
    dummy pacifier
    dustbin garbage can/pail
    dustman/refuse collector garbage man
    engaged tone busy signal
    engine motor
    estate agent real estate agent, realtor
    estate car station wagon
    evening classes night school
    ex-directory unlisted
    **** cigarettes
    fairy cake cupcake
    fan light transom
    Father Christmas Santa Claus
    fill in (a form) fill out (a form)
    film movie
    fire brigade fire department
    fire engine fire truck
    first floor second floor
    five past (time) five after
    five to (time) five of
    fizzy drink soda, pop
    flat (leased or owned) apartment
    flat (owned) condominium
    flatmate roommate
    flyover overpass
    fortnight two weeks
    free phone toll free
    frying pan skillet
    full board American plan
    full stop period
    garage bodyshop
    garden backyard, yard
    gardening yard work
    gearbox transmission
    gooseberry third wheel
    grill broil
    ground floor first floor
    guard conductor in train
    half board modified American plan
    handbag pocketbook/purse
    handbrake parking brake
    hand-luggage carry-on baggage
    headbanger stupid/foolish person
    high street main street
    hire rent
    hoarding billboard
    holiday vaccation
    hoover vacuum
    hot dog weenie
    housewife homemaker
    hyphen dash
    ice lolly popsicle
    icing sugar confectionery sugar/powdered sugar
    income support relief
    indicator blinker, turn signals
    influenza grippe
    insect bug
    inverted commas quotation marks
    invigilator proctor
    ironmonger hardware store
    jam jelly
    jelly jello
    jug pitcher
    letter box mail box
    level crossing grade crossing
    lift elevator
    lollipop man/lady crossing guard
    lollipops suckers
    lolly popsicle
    long jump broad jump
    long-sighted far-sighted
    loo restroom
    loo toilet
    lorry truck
    lovebite hickey
    mains power, the mains house current, the main power, the wall
    maize corn
    mannequin dummy
    manual gearbox stick-shift
    match game
    maths math
    MD (Managing Director) CEO (Chief Executive Officer)
    meet an occasion when people go foxhunting
    meeting a sports competition
    mince meat ground meat
    mobile cellular, cell
    motorway freeway
    muesli granola
    multi-storey car park parking structure
    mum mom
    muslin cheesecloth
    nappy diaper
    note bill
    notepad scratchpad
    noughts and crosses tic tac toe
    number plate license plate
    off licence liquor store
    oven range
    pack deck
    pants/underpants pants (trousers)
    paraffin kerosene
    part exchange partial trade
    patience (card game) solitaire
    pavement sidewalk
    pedestrian/zebra crossing crosswalk
    petrol gasoline
    petrol station gas/filling station
    pharmacist druggist
    pimple zit
    pissed off pissed
    plaster (medical dressing) Band-Aid
    plug/phone/power socket wall jack
    policeman patrolman
    porridge oatmeal
    post mail
    post/postal code zip code
    postman mailman
    pram (perambulator) baby carriage
    press-up push-up
    primary school grade school
    programme show
    provisional licence learner's permit
    puncture flat
    purse pocket book
    pushchair/buggy stroller
    queue line
    quid buck
    quilt comforter
    railway porter redcap
    refrigerator icebox
    reserve price upset price
    return round trip
    reverse charge collect call
    rose wines blush wines
    rota roster
    roundabout carousel (merry-go-round in amusement)
    roundabout traffic circle, rottary
    rubbish garbage/trash
    rubbish bin trash can
    sack fire
    safebreaker someone who opens safes using force and steals the valuable things from inside
    saloon (car) sedan
    semi-detached house duplex
    shareholder stockholder
    shoe laces shoe strings
    shoes pumps
    shop store
    short-hand typist stenographer
    short-sighted near-sighted
    silencer muffler
    single one way
    skip dumpster, trash bin
    skipping rope jumping pope
    skirting board base board/mopboard
    slip road off-ramp
    snakes and ladders chutes and ladders
    socks sox
    solicitor attorney
    sorbet sherbet
    sorry excuse me
    spanner wrench
    string cord
    suitcase valise
    surgical spirit rubbing alcohol
    sweet potato yam
    sweets candy
    swiss roll jelly roll
    take-away take-outs
    tap faucet
    tea-break coffee-breaks
    teat nipple (baby bottle)
    telephone box phone booth
    tick check
    tights panty hose
    tippex whiteout
    torch flashlight
    tornado twister
    town/city centre downtown
    tracksuit sweats
    trainers sneakers
    tram streetcars, trolleys
    trousers pants
    U (Universal film rating) G (General film rating)
    underground, tube metro, subway
    underpants shorts
    undertaker mortician
    up to you down to you
    vest undershirt
    vicar pastor
    waist coat vest
    wallet billfold
    warden the head of a college
    wardrobe chifferobe
    wet paint fresh paint
    wheel clamp (Denver) boot
    whilst while
    windscreen windshield
    wing mirror side mirror
    zed zee
    zip zipper
    I just felt I had to repeat that all in my quote just to point out THAT IS TOO LONG! How am I meant to read through all that? My brain gets bored after the 3rd term!!! :eek:
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    (Original post by lesser weevil)
    I just felt I had to repeat that all in my quote just to point out THAT IS TOO LONG! How am I meant to read through all that? My brain gets bored after the 3rd term!!! :eek:
    just pick out random ones like every 5th one until you reach the end of the list :top: or go on a game
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    (Original post by lesser weevil)
    I just felt I had to repeat that all in my quote just to point out THAT IS TOO LONG! How am I meant to read through all that? My brain gets bored after the 3rd term!!! :eek:
    Ach, took me a minute or two to finish. Don't be lazy.
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    (Original post by visesh)
    it wasn't Billistic was it?:p:
    You luh my style...
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    I don't know.. is he a ladies man?? haha!
    No twasn't me but you are buff...
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    (Original post by visesh)
    He's a wierd one...
    I resent that comment...I'm not weird at all just socially challenged...
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    Oh haha I'll watch out for him then
    Watch your back blondey!
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    (Original post by Billistic)
    No twasn't me but you are buff...
    Oh gosh. :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Billistic)
    Watch your back blondey!
    Bring it on!!!


    :p:
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    Bring it on!!!


    :p:
    I will eat you alive...don't test me

    I've been known to send e-people to Heartache Ave
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    (Original post by Billistic)
    I will eat you alive...don't test me

    I've been known to send e-people to Heartache Ave
    Stupidity and arrogance is a horrid combination.
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    Stupidity and arrogance is a horrid combination.
    So is Peanut Butter and Jelly but you still eat it...
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    PB & J is a good combination! yummy yummy in my tummy!!!!
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    PB & J is a good combination! yummy yummy in my tummy!!!!
    Stupidity and gluttony are a horrid combination
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    Calling me fat??? :eek:

    Loser. :p:
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    You forgot the period at the end of your sentence, by the way.
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    Calling me fat??? :eek:

    Loser. :p:
    Never that...But PB & J holds no weight...don't get so homotional
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    You forgot the period at the end of your sentence, by the way.
    LOL @ you stepping my grammar game up...
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    I can't find my hair brush. I'm going to die.

    I'm bored.
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    (Original post by Amanda)
    Whatever that means....
    Why front like you don't love my slanguage?
 
 
 
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