British Slang

Fiszki: slang brytyjski


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arse bandit, bum bandit, ring raider, shit stabber, turd burglar, poof/poofter, fairy, bender, bent, shirtlifter homosexual (offensive, derogatory)
bell/bell-end glans of the penis or fool
berkidiot, irritating person (from Berkeley Hunt, Cockney rhyming slang for cunt)
Billyamphetamines. (From Billy Whizz, a British comic strip character.) friendless (Billy No-Mates)
Bobby, Old Bill, Plod, 5-Oh, Rozzers, Bizzie (Scouse), The Scum, The Filthpolice, police officer
blaggerLiar or Robber. Also 'Blag' is 'lie to' or 'rob' someone. Also somebody who boasts a lot.
bloke, chap, geezer Man (informal)
bloomingeuphemism for bloody
bogtoilet
bog off Go away
bog rollToilet paper
bird girl
brown bread dead
BuggerAnal sex, an exclamation of dissatisfaction (OH BUGGER!), in a dire situation (Well, we're buggered now), acute surprise
BumThe Buttocks, The Anus or Both.
chav, ned, bam, scallyA person who dresses in a certain style, typically badly or in sports clothing. Often used as a form of derogation.
CheersThank you or goodbye
Cock An idiot
DuffDoesn't work these batteries are duff or beat let's duff him up
FagCigarette
FannyFemale external genitalia
FitSexually Attractive
gaffhouse
gashderogatory term used for females or the female genitalia
gaybad e.g. It was 'gay' being mugged
git, bell-end, knob-endincompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish person
GobMouth; to spit
GobsmackedFlabbergasted, dumbfounded, astounded, speechless
Half-InchTo Steal
Helmet'Glans of the Penis' or 'fool'
handbagsa harmless fight
IckleSmall
I('ll) sayexpression of surprise, amazement (quaint)
Jack, RaiseSteal
jammylucky. (also 'spawny')
JizzSemen
KipSleep, Nap
knackeredexhausted, tired
Knob heada stupid, irritating person
Knob jockeyhomosexual (to ride the penis like a jockey rides a horse)
Fruitbat, Spazmoidiot
LooLavatory
Mancsomeone from Manchester
MankyDirty, filthy
Meat and Two Vegmale external genitalia
MingeVagina
Minger Ugly or filthy-minded person
MintedWealthy
MunterUgly person
NickSteal or Police Station He's in the 'Nick'
NickedArrested or Stolen i.e. He got 'Nicked' after he'd 'Nicked' that Car
NoncePaedophile or idiot
NutterInsane person
pig penpolice station
PillockSomeone who is stupid
Pinch Steal
PissedDrunk
poncepimp; a posh, effeminate man.
RingAnal Sphincter
SafeGood, Agreed
See A Man About A DogAttend a secret deal or meeting or to go to the toilet.
ScouserSomeone from Liverpool
ScroteScrotum or pestilent child or teenager
Shag Have sex with
ShinerBlack Eye or Erection
Skintwithout money
SkankedRipped-off, daylight robbery, expensive
Skankyvile
Slag, Slapper, Tart, ScrubberProstitute, Loose woman
Slashurinate, urination
snogFrench kiss
Sodidiot, moron, or annoying person (from sodomite)
Sod offgo away, i.e. fuck off.
SteamingExtremely Drunk
Stuffedsexual intercourse (e.g. Get Stuffed) or to have had too much to eat (I'm stuffed)
spawnylucky
spunksemen, ejaculate
Take the piss (out of)To mock, Are you taking the piss?
TosserLiterally someone who masturbates (to toss off), but generally means an idiot or someone whom the speaker doesn't like
twatFemale genitalia or an idiot
wankmasturbation
wankerLiterally someone who masturbates (verb to wank), but generally means an idiot or someone whom the speaker doesn't like.
WhizzAmphetamines. See also 'Billy' or the need to urinate i.e i'm just off for a quick whizz

Odpowiedzi

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