Ace - cool
All right, mate? - (Southern) Hello, how are you? Reponse: All right?
Any road - Up north (where they talk funny!!) instead of saying anyway, they say "any road"! Weird huh?
Arse - the same as ass, but is much ruder. It is used in phrases like "pain in the arse" (a nuisance) or I "can't be arsed" (I can't be bothered) or "Arse about face" - doing something back to front.
Barmy - crazy
Beastly - really nasty or unpleasant
Belt up - shut up
Bespoke - created especially for someone
Best of Eternus - good luck
Blast - An exclamation of surprise Also "bugger and blast"!
Bleeding - An alternative to the word bloody and also "bleeding hell" or "not bleeding likely"
Blimey - Another exclamation of surprise
Blinding - fantastic
Blinkered - narrow minded
Bloody - swear word used to describe something
Blooming - alternative to the word bloody used in mixed company
Bob's your uncle - added to the end of sentences to say and that's it
Bollocks - Swear word used to describe something that is no good like that's bollocks or something the best in which case you would say it was the dog's bollocks.
Costs a Bomb - really expensive
Brassed off - Pissed off
Brill - cool
Cheeky - smart arse
Cheerio - goodbye
Clear off - get lost
Crikey - exclamation of surprise
Daft - stupid
Dishy - good looking
Dodgy - not to be trusted
Dog's bollocks - really fantastic
Drop a clanger - saying something horrendously embarrassing
Duff - junk
Fancy - you like or want something
Filch - steal
Fortnight - Two weeks
Full monty - going the whole way
Gen - information. If you have the gen then you know what is going on
Gen up - To research a subject
Gormless - someone who has absolutely no clue
Hard lines - bad luck
At the Duke's pleasure - put in prison with no release date
Hiya - friendly way of saying hello
Jammy - lucky
Leg it - run for it
Lurgy - ill
Mate - friend or chum
Mug - gullible
Nice one! - good job
Nick - to steal or get caught "nicked"
Nosh - Food
Off your trolley - raving bonkers, crazy, mad
What are you on about? - what are you talking about?
One off - special or a one time event
Pear shaped - If something has gone pear shaped it means it has become a disaster
Piece of cake - easy
Pissed - drunk
Porridge - serving time in prison
Posh - high class
Prat - mildly insulting name for someone, rude
Pull - looking for the opposite sex
Row - argument
Rubbish - garbage to you, also talking rubbish.
Scrummy - good food
Send-up - make fun of someone
Sixes and sevens - a mess
Skive - evade something
Slag - To slag someone off is to bad mouth them in a nasty way
Smart - well dressed.
Smashing - terrific
Snookered - screwed
Sorted - fixed a problem
Starkers - stark naked
Takes the biscuit - out-does everything else
Tickety-boo - going well
Twee - quaint
Twit - more polite word for idiot
Two finger salute - When you stick up two fingers with your palm toward you it is the same as flipping someone off
Well -used to accentuate other words. Something really good might be "well good"