Going/Eating Out Slangs By Country

  • Chips - French fries


  • Apple - app


  • Hangout/Chill - Asking to spend time with someone, usually after class, in the evening or on weekends (*chill or chill out: can be used to tell someone to calm down)


  • Hold your horses - To wait a minute


  • DoubleDouble - Two creams and two sugars from a Tim Horton's


  • Mickey - A flask or 375ml of liquor


  • A pop - Carbonated drinks


  • Freezies - Popsicle or ice pops


  • Freezies - Popsicle or ice pops


  • Métro - Subway station


  • Cinq à sept - Happy hour - cheap drinks at bars usually from five o'clock to seven o'clock


  • Apportez votre vin - Bring your own wine option dispalyed in front of some restaurants


  • Poutine - A cholesterol-rich Canadian "delicacy" consisting of French fries covered in cheese curds and gravy


  • Maccas - McDonalds (the fast-foos chain)


  • Maccas - McDonalds (the fast-foos chain)


  • Brekie - Breakfast


  • Brekie - Breakfast


  • Dunny - Dunny


  • Bouffer - To eat