21 Words That Have A Completely Different Meaning In England

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2. "Interesting"

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What it usually means: A verbal signal that you find the other person fascinating.

What it means in England: A verbal signal that you want the other person to go away.

17. "Allotment"

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What it usually means: An amount allotted to a person.

What it means in England: Where your grandad grew veg until the council started messing about and selling off bits of it.