A monster online dictionary of the rich colourful language we call slang... all from a British perspective, with new slang added every month.
The listing of a slang expression is determined by its use beyond that of the localised employment of a few friends; in due course these localised expressions may gain greater popularity and achieve expanded regional, national or even global recognition, however it is only at that time that they will be included here. We should be aware that there is a large volume of slang we encounter through the media such as television, film and press, which invariably increase our reference points but genuinely remain outside of personal use. These media promoted expressions may in due course be adopted into our vernacular, and as such, when they can be confirmed as in use, then they will be listed at that time. With repeated exposure, via film, television and music, the volume of North American slang we hear in the UK is vast, but a large percentage is still to make inroads into the forefront of British use. Slang we have adopted that originates outside the U.K. is indicated where known.
Now it is awailable OFFLINE in one archive, fully browsable. I downloaded it using TeleportPro, so that everyone could enjoy one of the best online resources on British slang in the offline mode.
How to use: 1. Extract the contents of the archive into any folder and click on the index.htm. 2. Browse the dictionary by clicking on links.