Bobby
British A British word for a policeman.
bugger
British An exclamation of dissatisfaction, annoyance or surprise. To mean tired or worn out as in “I’m absolutely buggered”.
airhead
AmericanA stupid or absent-minded person.“Tony says his boss is an airhead”.
collywobbles
British    An upset stomach or acute feeling of               nervousness.
Mula/Moolah
American           Money
shopaholic
American    Person who is addicted to shopping.  “Sandra is a shopaholic. She always goes                 shopping!”
gob,gobsmacked
British               Mouth (gob)    Astounded, speechless, dumbfounded               (gobsmacked)
windbag
American      A boring person who talks to much.  “Joe’s speech was over an hour long at the meeting. His co-workers think...
You Think English is Easy? The bandage was wound around the wound. The farm was used to produce produce. We must polish th...
You Think English is Easy? When shot at, the dove dove into the bushes. I did not object to the object. The insurance was ...
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  1. 1. Bobby
  2. 2. British A British word for a policeman.
  3. 3. bugger
  4. 4. British An exclamation of dissatisfaction, annoyance or surprise. To mean tired or worn out as in “I’m absolutely buggered”.
  5. 5. airhead
  6. 6. AmericanA stupid or absent-minded person.“Tony says his boss is an airhead”.
  7. 7. collywobbles
  8. 8. British An upset stomach or acute feeling of nervousness.
  9. 9. Mula/Moolah
  10. 10. American Money
  11. 11. shopaholic
  12. 12. American Person who is addicted to shopping. “Sandra is a shopaholic. She always goes shopping!”
  13. 13. gob,gobsmacked
  14. 14. British Mouth (gob) Astounded, speechless, dumbfounded (gobsmacked)
  15. 15. windbag
  16. 16. American A boring person who talks to much. “Joe’s speech was over an hour long at the meeting. His co-workers think he’s a windbag”.
  17. 17. You Think English is Easy? The bandage was wound around the wound. The farm was used to produce produce. We must polish the Polish furniture. The soldier decided to to desert his dessert in the desert.
  18. 18. You Think English is Easy? When shot at, the dove dove into the bushes. I did not object to the object. The insurance was invalid for the invalid. Upon seeing the tear in the painting I shed a tear.
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