Locking upBanging up
In British Slang, a "woof" is a male homosexual.
According to BritishSlangs, "Piggy Bank", is actually British slang.
Yes - according to Wiktionary, it is UK slang for a police station, or prison.
why did the british established the Cellular Jail
I think it is slang for jail or prison.
happy.it's the british slang))
"spot on" ?
Codswallop is British slang for excuses or lies. For example: 'Your dog ate your homework? What a load of codswallop!'
In British slang, an aggro means someone or something is a hassle. For example "James is so aggro!"
"Raster blaster" would be one British slang term for a stereo. That is related to the American term of "ghetto blaster" or "boom box." A "rattlehead" is British slang for someone who listens to a personal stereo in public.
Bee's knees is British slang for 'fabulous!'. For example: 'Cor ol'chap, that meal was the bee's knees!'
Slang term for jail/prison/clink/slammer/etc
Strictly a court of law, but in slang it often means jail
A big house is a slang term for a jail or prison.
The slang word clink is used for jail. An example of this is that the accused was sent to the clink. The clink describes the sound the jail bars make when the door is shut.
it is called a prison sometimes jail
It is british slang for Having sex.