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    Are "trainers" slang for sneakers in the UK?
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    yep
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    Thanks! Are there any other UK mysteries we Americans have yet to learn. We already know Victoria Beckham and Katie Price are HOT
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    Windshields are Windscreens over there.

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    lets see

    saloon = sedan
    boot = trunk
    petrol = gas



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    For more practice, please reference the father-son moment in "Austin Powers : Goldmember".

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    Default Re: British Slang

    car horn= hooter
    18 wheel semi =artic (articulated transport)
    tire=tyre ....go figure =o/

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    so...a hooters over there, would be an autoparts store?

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    I think we need to compile a comparison table over what different words around the world mean.
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    UK = trousers
    USA = pants

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