Submitted by: Name: Rivo From: Indonesia E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Hello admin, thanks for sharing your website. I am just an ordinary learner of English Language and I guess my English needs some variation on resources used to let me emerged in the language. I would say I base my learning English Language on American resources, but I'd probably fail to act like an American does (speaks words commonly used in American, pronounces them, etc). So, I can tell that I kind of need to look for some ideas from your mindset of comparing American and British English. Hopefully, I get into the right site.
Added: September 15, 2014
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Submitted by: Name: Anthony Argenta From: Fair Grove Missouri E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Living the life
Added: March 26, 2014
Submitted by: Name: James From: California
*Comments: You should add "Rubber" - English means condom, American means "pencil eraser" - we moved to California where my ex told a group of kindergardeners to "take out your rubbers". The teacher was horrified!
CJaMs reply: Hi, i thought i had these words in the dictionary. Will have to check / update.
Added: March 4, 2014
Submitted by: Name: C Gunell From: As below E-mail: Contact
*Comments: The word I was referring to below was F aggot. It obscenity filtered it haha.
Added: January 15, 2014
Submitted by: Name: Craig Gunnell From: Warick, UK E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Your UK English definition of the word '* * *' is accurate but I would say that nobody really uses it anymore. * * * would generally mean exactly the same thing as it does in the US. So I wouldn't go around saying it.
Also there's a few variations on the use of the word fancy. Fancy could mean that you are attracted to somebody as you have stated. But you could also use it to mean that you really wanted to do something/go somewhere. I fancy going to the beach. I fancy a pint of John Smith's.
Overall a good list though. Thanks
Added: January 15, 2014
Submitted by: Name: Craig Johnson From: Federal Way WA. USA E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Excellent dictionary, but you forgot one:
Wheelie bin = wheeled outdoor garbage can (or recycling can or food waste can). :-)
Added: November 12, 2013
Submitted by: Name: george phillips From: England E-mail: Contact