Expressing Yourself Slangs By Country

  • Budge up - You should move or make room for a person to sit next to you


  • Knackered - Exhausted


  • Daft - Some behaviour or action is foolish or stupid


  • Gutted - Devasteted or saddened


  • Cheeky - Being disrespectful or blatantly rude


  • Dodgy - Illegal, unreliable or suspicious


  • Faffing - To waste time


  • test - test


  • Screwed - When a person believes that things will not work out in their favour (being out of luck)


  • Dude/Bro - Term used when addressing a familiar friend


  • All-ears - The person is completly listening to you and giving you your undivided attention


  • Piece of cake - That something is "easy" to do


  • Are you kidding me? - Express frustration or excitement


  • Jonesing - Wanting something badly


  • Give the cold shoulder - To ignore someone


  • Loonie Toonie - Canadian 1$ coin and 2$ coin


  • Open/close lights - To turn on/off the lights


  • Eh? - "isn't that right" or "don't you agree"


  • Hydro - Electrical service


  • D├ępanneur - Corner store


  • Caisse populaire - A co-op bank found mostly in Quebec


  • D├ęgeulasse - Something being disgusting


  • Little Aussie battler - Someone bravely overcoming hardship


  • Fair go - Give someone an equal chance


  • Fair go - Give someone an equal chance


  • Dodgy - Not quite right/ Poor quality


  • To call it a day - Finish what you are doing


  • Thongs - Cheap rubber backless sandals


  • Kiffer - To like or appreciate something/someone


  • Une clope - A cigarette


  • Mec - Boyfrieds or guys in general


  • Chelou - Bizarre or shady