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Culture specific, informal words and terms that are not considered standard in a language.

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bird

Language; Slang

Slang term used by men to refer to young women.

slapper

Language; Slang

British term for a woman of loose morals and questionable hygiene. A woman lacking in class. A slut.

chirp

Language; Slang

to talk down, insult or straightout downgrade another persons capacity to live or perform an activity. commonly used on sporting fields, school yard bust ups, or between friends.

bother

Language; Slang

(British) Trouble, violence, aggression. A typical example of menacing understatement as it occurs in London working-class speech (spanking, seeing-to and 'have a word with (someone)' are ...

binner

Language; Slang

A vulgar person. A middle-class term of social denigration 'used about people in tracksuits on council estates' since 2000.

bimbo

Language; Slang

1. A silly, empty-headed or frivolous woman. This is the sense of the word in vogue since the late 1980s, imported to Britain and Australia from the USA. The origin is almost certainly a ...

Bum Bag

Language; Slang

In UK, Bum Bag means a small bag on a belt that you wear around your waist to keep money, keys, and other small things in. However, in US, they called a small bag on a belt as Fanny Pack.

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