20 British Words that Mean Something Different in the U.S. - PickChur

20 British Words that Mean Something Different in the U.S.

If you are a British, into rugby and planning to throw a trip to America, never introduce yourself as a “Hooker” and never ask for “Rubber” during exams either because in both situations you’ll end up in embarrassment.  And here are few more British words that mean something totally different in the U.S. [Source: Bigstockphoto]

Lift

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Hooker

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Flannel

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Football

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Hamper

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Vest

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God Save the Queen!

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Jumper

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Trainer

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Pants

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Bird

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Bog

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Rubber

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Braces

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Trolley

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Chips

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Coach

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BiscuitBritish and US words difference (18)

Shag

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Dummy

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