Slang for Money

General ackers archer – £2000 bundle – large amount cheddar grand – £1000 greenbacks – dollars lolly lookah luka monkey – £500 moolah pony – £25 quid – £1 readies smackeroos smackers spondulicks squid – £1 wad – large amount wedge – large amount wonga Cash odds shrapnel slummy Having Large Amounts of holding the…

Slang for Death

brown bread – rhyming slang for dead buy it – cark it  cash in ones chips croak curtains go for a burton goner – a dead person kark it kick the bucket loaf of bread – rhyming slang for dead peg out pop off pop ones clogs push up (the) daisies – to be dead…

Slang for Jobs

chippy – carpenter dibble – policeman dick – detective fed – FBI agent flat-foot – policemen, specifically one in a uniform fuzz – police gumshoe – detective leather-neck – soldier Old Bill – the police plod – the police rozzer – policeman sawbones – surgeon screw – prison warder spark – electrician spook – spy squaddie…

Slang for Contemptible People

arse arsehat arsehole asshole asswipe bugger creep dick dickbreath dweeb fecker fucker fuckpig jerk knobhead langer lemon merchant (banker) – rhyming slang on wanker nerd piece of shit pillock rasclat saddo shitter sod squirt – someone insignificant toerag tosser wanker ya wank