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Slang – Skedaddle

Slang – Skedaddle. Meaning – To leave or run away hastily or quickly. This expression is often used to describe someone or something making a swift and hurried…

Different Ways To Say Thank You

Thank you is one of the most important phrases in the English language. It is a polite way to show appreciation and gratitude for something someone has done…

Slang – Cheerio

Slang – Cheerio. Meaning – Goodbye. Cheerio is a positive, somewhat lively, farewell. This expression is generally seen as a more casual and lighthearted way of saying goodbye compared to other…

Slang – Fresh

Slang – Fresh. Meaning – Attractive, cool or fashionable. This slang expression can be used to describe something that is new or up–to–date with the latest trends. Fresh…

Slang – Hullabaloo

Slang – Hullabaloo. Meaning – A commotion, disturbance, uproar or fuss. This expression is used to describe some kind of noisy argument or disagreement. A hullabaloo is a loud…

Phrasal Verb – Chat Up

Phrasal Verb – Chat up. Meaning – To start a conversation with somebody who you are attracted (sexually or romantically) to.  You chat somebody up if you wish to get…

Slang – Daft

Slang – Daft. Meaning (adjective) – Foolish or stupid. This slang is extremely common British slang (it originated in Scotland and Northern England) but is likely to be understood by all native English…

Slang – Chuffed

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…

Slang – Gormless

British English Slang – Gormless. Meaning – (adjective) Stupid or foolish. This expression can refer to someone who displays a lack of intelligence. A clumsy person may be called gormless…

Slang – Kerfuffle

Slang – Kerfuffle. Meaning – A noisy argument or commotion. Kerfuffle is a noun that means a commotion or fuss caused by a disagreement or argument. It can also…

Slang – Squad

Slang – Squad. Meaning – A group of friends. The word squad has a variety of interesting uses, both in formal contexts and slang. In a formal context,…

Slang – Zillion

Slang – Zillion. Meaning – An extremely large number. An unknown, vague or fictitious large number – it is not an actual number and does not have an exact…

Slang – Cracking

Slang – Cracking. Meaning – Excellent or impressive. The very best or of high quality. This expression is used to describe just about anything that is really good –…

Slang – Cup Of Joe

Slang – Cup of joe. Meaning – Cup of coffee. This is common American slang. In the UK people generally prefer a cuppa (cup of tea) to a…

Slang – Binge-watch

Slang – Binge-watch or Binge watch. Meaning – The act of watching multiple episodes or an entire season of a television show, film series, or any other form…

Slang – Mate

Slang – Mate. Meaning – Friend. This is an informal expression used to refer to a close friend or companion. This slang is extremely common British and Australian slang….

Slang – Dicky Bow

British English Slang – Dicky bow or Dickie bow or Dickey bow. Meaning – A bow tie. A bow tie is a necktie in the form of a bow with two loops.

Slang – Kicks

English Slang – Kicks. Meaning (noun) – Shoes, usually sneakers or trainers. It is often used as a substitute for the word shoes or sneakers, and can also…