#192: Don’t use these everyday American words in Britain!
In today’s podcast Ethan and Andrea talk about hilarious everyday words in American English that you shouldn’t use if you visit the UK!
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Words You’ll Learn:
- Wicked (Br. En) / awesome (Am. En.): excellent.
- Massively: very large, extremely.
- To butter (someone) up: to praise or flatter someone excessively.
- To go on too long: when something continues for a very long time.
- To bear fruit: to produce successful results.
- Inherit: to take or receive something by succession or will.
- Get by: to be able to live or deal with a situation with difficulty.
- Dated: old-fashioned.
- Arse (Br. En.) / butt (Am. En.): ass.
- Fanny Pack: a small pouch on a belt, for money and small articles, worn round the waist or hips.
- Pouch: a small flexible bag.
- Bit: a small piece of something.
- To fancy (something): If you fancy something, you want to have it or to do it.
- Piss (someone) off: to annoy someone.
- Slut/whore: prostitute.
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I really like this podcast !!!
Knob always was my favorite British word lol As an American, it still makes me giggle.
Oh.. I didn’t know about knob…