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 What does"geezer"mean in British slang?

Answer Geezer means "one of us" in British slang, according to The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). A geezer can also be an older person, a friend or "somebody reliable, solid, a trustworthy person... Read More »
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What does snapper mean in British slang?

The term "snapper" has various meanings across the world. In British slang, a snapper typically refers to a photographer, or one who "snaps" photos with a camera. For example, one could say "The sn... Read More »
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Which British Railways / British Rail diesel locomotive...........?

In my opinion it has to be the Deltic. Why ?...Because the Deltic Diesel engine ,which was actually designed for use in boats, is a fantastic piece of engineering, and it also makes the best noise !!
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Why do so many British people seem to have such bad teeth It's true about a British Smile, but why?

Ok - honestly, from someone who has immigrated from North America to live in England: Yes and no. I would propopse that the percentage of British people who have bad teeth is greater than the perce... Read More »
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Luggage Regulations for British Airlines & British Airways?

Everybody needs to take at least a little bit of luggage on a flight, even if only carry on. By being aware of the restrictions before arriving at the airport, you can save yourself a great deal of... Read More »
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