Slang – Chuffed.
Meaning – Very happy, delighted or proud. The word chuffed is an adjective that means to be pleased, delighted, or very happy about something.
This slang is common British slang.
If we are extremely happy about something we can say that we are chuffed to bits.
More British English Slang:
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- Argy-bargy – Argument
- Apples and Pears – Stairs
- Bloke – Man
- Cheerio – Goodbye
- Cracking – Awesome
- Daft – Silly
- Dicky bow – Bow tie
- Dilly-dally – Wander aimlessly
- Dog and Bone – Phone
- Gormless – Stupid
- Hullabaloo – A disturbance or commotions
- Kerfuffle – Noisy argument or commotion
- Knackered – Tired
- Mate – Friend
- Moggy – Cat
- Nowt – Nothing
- Old Bill – Police
- Quid – British pound (currency)
- Skint – To have no money
- Skive – Avoid work
- Tickety-boo – Ok or satisfactory
- Twit – Silly
In The News:
- “He was chuffed to bits when he received the promotion he had been hoping for.”
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