What does bonk mean in British slang?
This has two meanings depending on the context.
'Let's go bonk!' means 'let's go and have sex'.
'It bonked me on the head!' means something fell on your head.
it is british slang for execellent
In British slang, an aggro means someone or something is a hassle. For example "James is so aggro!"
Codswallop is British slang for excuses or lies. For example: 'Your dog ate your homework? What a load of codswallop!'
It is British slang for female genitalia.
It's British slang for an umbrella.
its a slang term for hello
British Army slang from way back referring to women's breasts.
Bee's knees is British slang for 'fabulous!'. For example: 'Cor ol'chap, that meal was the bee's knees!'
In British slang, the word "aggie" means agitating. It is directed at a person. For example "For crying out loud he is so aggie!"
In British slang, this means to fart. For example: 'Patrick please don't blow off in the car again'.
To make out, kiss etc
British military slang for a females vagina
moving along smoothly
to successfully attract a person.
'Snogging' is British slang for kissing.
Titch is British slang for a small amount.
What do you mean by "in British" ? Do you mean "in English" ? If so the answer is "best friend". Slang terms include (best) buddy and mate.
Kriky is a form of Australian slang, not English, but I can see how you can get mixed up, the accents are similar!! :)
A "fag" is British slang for a cigarette.
The hearth of an open fire is called a fender
Nooky is British army slang meaning to have sex.
In British slang, baccy means tobacco. it is generally used to describe the 'roll it yourself' cigarettes. For example: 'John, pass the baccy please ol'chap'.
Wacky baccy, in British slang, means cannabis. Baccy on it's own would mean tobacco. Example: 'Excuse me jolly officer, that dreadful man is smoking wacky baccy!'
Literally means "testicles", also used to mean "nonsense".
No, this is not a sexual act. In British slang, 'blow me' is an exclamation of surprise. Although some people twist this word to mean a sexual innuendo. For example: 'Oh blow me this tea is jolly marvelous!'
In British slang, barmy means crazy or someone has gone mad/loopy-loo. For example: 'I say Jenny you have been acting rather barmy lately!'
Chin wag is British slang for talk. For example: 'I haven't seen you for years, we should meet up for a proper chin wag!'
Blimey is an exclamation of surprise in British. For example: 'Cor blimey Dave! You nearly have me a fright!'
It's a British slang term meaning trash, gargadge, nonsense
It's a term of affection like "darling" or "my dear"
British miners slang meaning a very dirty hand
British Army slang meaning a 'beating up'
This British slang is used to describe a drunk person. For example: 'Stop buying Paul drinks, he is already arse over tit!'.
In British slang, a bender is an alcohol-fueled night out. Commonly known as a 'pub crawl'. For example: 'Hey lads, why don't we have a massive bender this weekend?'
In British Slang, a "woof" is a male homosexual.
In British slang, the term Nancy or Nance is a derogatory term for a homosexual or effeminate male. A variation of this is Nancy-boy. It is best to avoid using this term and other homophobic slurs.
According to BritishSlangs, "Piggy Bank", is actually British slang.
The original US slang (~1940s-1960s) had the meaning "give it a try" from the musical slang use of the word "lick" to mean a short sequence on guitar. The modern British slang apparently means to commit a robbery, possibly from older slang meaning actual work.
Argy bargy is a slang term for an argument, a row. (mostly British).
Dog and bone is cockney rhyming slang for phone (telephone)
Tommy was a slang term used by the Germans for the British the same as the British called the Germans Fritz
In Britain, ace means awesome. You'll hear it a lot when British people found something cool.
A 'doddle' in British slang means something is easy. For example: 'that essay was a doddle!'.
British slang. Can mean an unreliable, lazy person. Flaky means unreliable, derelict means abandoned.
It's not really slang, simply a shortened form of 'underpants'. Since 'pantaloons' has fallen out of general usage, there's no confusion.
Donkey's is cockney slang that you may hear in London. It means 'years'. In the context of 'Blimey! I haven't seen you in donkey's!'
A Pom or a pommie is slang for a British immigrant. Mainly used in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Newly arrived British immigrants would be baled by the sun giving them a pomegranate complexion.
Bonking is when you bonk someone on the head and yell BONK!!
No. Bonk is a verb, possibly a noun. But not a preposition.