Online British Slang Dialects Dictionary

Estuary English
Estuary English is a name given to the form(s) of English widely spoken in and around London and, more generally, in the southeast of England — along the river Thames and its estuary.
The Law of the Playground
The Online Dictionary of Playground Slang.
A Common Language
"Two great nations divided by a common tongue" was how George Bernard Shaw referred to the UK and the USA, but it could equally apply to Australia, New Zealand, or anywhere else in the English-speaking world.
John Edwards has made his lifetime study, the peculiarities of the Welsh/English dialect. He named this dialectical oddity "Wenglish" and recorded it as it is spoken, mainly in the valleys and townships of South Wales (that's OLD South Wales for our antipodean visitors).
Ye Olde English Sayings
offers a revealing insight into the origins of some well-known British phrases.
English slang and colloquialisms
A monster online dictionary of the rich colourful language we call slang... all from a British perspective, with new slang added every month.

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