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answered What is the defiant “HMPH!” sound called?
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comment Words with opposite meanings in different regions
Be careful, 'Chuff' also has some entirely less polite meanings: urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=chuff
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comment Is there a difference between “cheers” and “thanks” in colloquial British English?
It's certainly very common in Bristol (in the South West of England). 'Cheers Drive' - often used when thanking a public bus driver - is so common it even has it's own t-shirt: flickr.com/photos/jennifrog/57549186 ! You can find more Bristolian slang here: thatbebristle.co.uk/dictionary
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revised Is there an accepted rule for naming all of our various distant relatives (Kinship Terms)?
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comment Is there an accepted rule for naming all of our various distant relatives (Kinship Terms)?
Also, no idea what tags to use - suggestion received with interest!
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asked Is there an accepted rule for naming all of our various distant relatives (Kinship Terms)?
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answered Do the words “jail” and “prison” refer to different things?
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answered What can a man that owns land for agriculture be called without using “farmer”?
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comment Where does the “quint” in “quintessential” come from?
+1 for another 'amazing' fact to bore dinner party guests with ;)