• London

    How do you say pants in London?

    The American word for pants or trousers is what the British would call pants. She lived and worked in many parts of the UK. Many answers here are regional. In the south of England, trousers are underwear. What are trousers called in London? In UK usage, trousers mean underpants. What do you call pants in English? Of course, the pants themselves have continued in American English to refer to pants, but in British English, pants is more often used to refer to what americans call underpants—which makes the word a little funnier across the pond, at least for 8-year-olds and anyone who shares their sense of humor. Do the British…

  • London

    How do you say hi in London slang?

    boot slang ‘Hello’ o ‘Hey up’: these informal greetings mean ‘hello’ and are especially popular in the north of England. How do you greet in London? a handshake It’s still the most common way to greet someone, especially if you’re in a formal situation at work. Shaking hands is the most common greeting between men, between women and between men and women. However, the type of handshake is important. How do you greet someone in London? Greetings cheerio. See you later) Take care, take care) See you later (see you later/until next time) Have a nice (take care/good luck) take it easy (take care) Daddy. Do they say mate in…