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Slang terms of the 1940's



rsilvaRsilva on 05/10/2010

Trivia Quiz What do these slang terms of the 1940's mean
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Comments (3)
bobbsey
Bobbsey  (Level: 153.6)
Tue, 20th Dec '11 8:28 PM

good one again thanks


mikpfs
Mikpfs  (Level: 11.2)
Fri, 14th May '10 1:35 AM

"grotty" does not mean "new but useless". It is a current expression from England, and it means "grubby and dirty looking".


fatface
Fatface  (Level: 18.1)
Wed, 12th May '10 5:09 AM

1940's? I still use many of these terms today! Though
gobbledygook is confusing speech rather than just a long one.
Cool quiz







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