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gobshite
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a shit talker
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Gobsmacked
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Speechless, dumbfounded
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Gogglebox
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Television
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Goolies
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"balls", testicles
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Grockle
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A Tourist. (mainly used in southern England)
Grockle is not even English, let alone southern English. I don't know where you found it, mate, but it wasn't from here. Comment by: Zu   
Origin appears to be from Torquey in Devon. Not in general use elsewhere in England. Comment by: Gc   
Grockle was a term used on the Isle of Wight to describe holidaymakers when I was young. Comment by: NB    Rated:3/5
Grockle is used in common parlance nowadays; means chavvier than a muggle. Like our neighbours who leave their snotty children's scooters out by the front door of the common drive. Comment by: Phaser   
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Gubbin
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Getting thumped, battered
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Have a shufty
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Military slang used following the second world war onwards: To have a quick look at something. Orginates from from the Arabic origin meaning "look". Street sellers would shout "Shufti" to the passing troops.
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hoover
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to clean or vacuum - from the Hoover vacuum cleaner
well am...a real hoover is here..!yo0o0oh0o0o0o0o Comment by: chrisophylum calleza   
"To hoover" in Canada means to eat very fast and too much, as in "he pigged out by hoovering up all the burgers". Comment by: johnny Canuck    Rated:4/5
To "Hoover" can also be used as a word for oral sex, simular to a "blowjob" Comment by: The Ghost of the English Language   
hoover is a guy who sucks on his girlfriends neck and makes a red mark Comment by: T   
Where I'm from the "red mark on the neck" thing is a 'Hicky' or 'love-bite' Comment by: me   
In America, "to hoover" means to take something by force like the gang leader Larry Hoover Comment by: J.D.   
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It rains ctas and dogs.
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It means it rains heavily.
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Joe Bloggs
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"Average Joe", unremarkable guy
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Jog on
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Said when someone is bothering you and you want them to go away.
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Karzi
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Slang term for toilet. Thought to have originated in the British army whilst in India
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Knackered
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tired
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Knockers
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breasts, "tits"
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Lolly
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money, cash
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loo
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toilet
"Make friends, make friends, never ever break friends; if you do, I'll flush you down the loo, and that will be the end of you." [from the TV Show Gavin and Stacey by ]
"Make friends, make friends, never ever break friends; if you do, I'll flush you down the loo, and that will be the end of you." That's from a British show called Gavin and Stacey. :) It's a good show and really funny. Comment by: Sarah   
It's actually a rather vapid, brain-dead show; I wouldn't care if they flushed it down the loo. It pongs. Comment by: Jesus H Christ    Rated:1/5
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looking spiffy
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looking real smart
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lost in translation
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miscommunication
Also common in the states. Comment by: james dawson   
When a literal translation of a word or phrase makes no sense in another language, and then has to be rewritten or explained to be understood. When something is translated into another language, but the true sense of the word or phrase is lost, changed or misconstrued. When a word or phrase is translated too literally, or historical context is lost because foreigners do not get the reference. Comment by: Sylvia   
Lost in Transl... have not got a clue what your on about. (No that's what it means) Comment by: Jez A Bell   
I didn't think there was any english speaking country that doesn't use this phrase. Comment by: Jessi   
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Maw
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Scottish term for Mother
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Mental
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Crazy, insane, "loco"
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Mental
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Means your not right in the head rnrn"Your propper mental you are mate"
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Miffed
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Offended
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Minted
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Wealthy
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Mong
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Idiot
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Moolah
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money, cash
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