American English and British English Same words diverse which means .


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Is it accurate to say that you are certain you need to wear your vest over your shirt?. A few words are cross-assortment homonyms, i.e. they mean totally distinctive things in diverse assortments of English. This can once in a while cause confusion.Here are photos of some
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American English and British English – Same words distinctive importance

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Are you certain you need to wear your vest over your shirt? A few words are cross-assortment homonyms, i.e. they mean totally unique things in various assortments of English. This can in some cases cause perplexity. Here are photos of some "English" words which mean diverse things in British and American English. Do you know what the word is and which importance has a place with which assortment of English? For instance on the main slide the word is "vest" which in British English is worn under your shirt and in American English is worn over your shirt. In British English a "petticoat" is worn over a shirt (and typically under a coat as a feature of a man\'s suit) and in American English an "undershirt" is worn precisely where you would anticipate.

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This is a troublesome one. You have to know the name of the town with its acclaimed \'screwy tower\' in Derbyshire.

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