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This online resource is a reference guide to the many slang and informal expressions heard in the United Kingdom, first published in 1996. It is a monster online slang dictionary of the rich colourful language we call slang… all from a British perspective, with new slang added every month. A brief essay outlining the parameters of this dictionary and information on slang can be read in the slang introduction which, to avoid disappointment, I’d recommend reading before suggesting slang for inclusion in the dictionary. Should you wish to do further research I have presented
a selection of good source material… books (you remember those don’t you?), on the bibliography page. You can also catch the dictionary of slang on Twitter. Finally, don’t forget the articles on slang and language, including ones on Gordon Bennett, Cockney rhyming slang, the full monty and nadsat glossary.
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