English means in slang: The language used by Boomers is so unfamiliar that Gamers will not be able to understand what they are saying. Words that have more than one word and are correctly spelled when written on paper with pen and pencil are common. Gamers won’t be able to recognize these secret tools. This language is used by a handful of Gamers with an IQ above 89, which is less than 5 percent of all Video Turds. Boomer legend says that Zoomers sometimes shout out English words as they fight off. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Darryl Richardson)
What else does English mean?
A. A. is the main language in Australia, Canada, USA and the British Isles. B. Person who is from England. The following are the main types of English people: 1. The Posh Nob This was the stereotypical English person, who passed away in 1800. A well-spoken man who wears a moustache and bowler hat. He also swipes away the poor with his cane. 2. The farmer This is a common sight in rural England. A middle-aged, overweight man in dirty overalls with a straw cap. The most common phrases include “Oooar”, and all swear words. They are not as easy as they seem. 3. The Chav An increasing number of English people. They are loud, aggressive and obsessed with looking good. Average intelligence is around 31. Alarmingly, there are many people who reproduce. 4. Non-English English Person The Off-Licence is run by an Asian bloke. American readers will find it easy to distinguish between English, Irish and Scottish. If you want to travel the UK without any hassles, this is a must-have. 1. Irish people are known for getting drunk and fighting each other. 2. English people drink and sag one another. 3. Welsh people drink and seduce sheep. 4. People from Scotland get drunk and start fighting each other. They then sober up, and fight one another. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Dominick Peters)
Former President George W. Bush spoke. George W. Bush continues to study the language. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Natalie Ramsey)
It can be either the English people or an incredibly mangled language. The language was once part of the Germanic Anglo-Saxons. However, it has been influenced and distorted by many other languages. This is slowly ruining the English language, its structure, and rules. Gaelic Shanty “Sean Taigh”” Old House” Galore From Gaelic” Gu leor””enough”, whiskey from Gaelic”uisge”‘water”, Hamburg Steak from Hamburg”, French flower “fleur”, which itself is Latin “flor”, and many more words have been steeped in English. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Kamryn Allen)
Language that hides behind dark doors, beats other languages, and rifles through the pockets of others for extra vocabulary. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Aileen Parrish)