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Please note, that only slang currently in use in the United Kingdom (or Great Britain for those who don't know where the UK is located) will be listed in the dictionary. All slang submitted will need to be verified for UK use, and meaning confirmed, before being listed.


 
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The Policy on Replies - Due to the overwhelming number of emails, and slang suggestions received, I can no longer guarantee replies to normal slang submissions. Emailed replies will be supplied at my discretion, however, as a guideline I will usually only enter into correspondence with respect to specific enquiries about slang and the dictionary, or requests for reciprocal links.

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