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Created by Anna Loseva, 1 ba group British slang of 19 century.   Created by Anna Loseva, 1 ba group British slang of 19 century.

The Industrial Revolution.   The Industrial Revolution.

The rise of the British Empire.   The rise of the British Empire.

Sailor slang.  «Cape Horn fever»  - an illness feigned by a seaman seeking reliefSailor slang. «Cape Horn fever» — an illness feigned by a seaman seeking relief from duty. * feign- симулировать «Rosewater sailor» — an incompetent, foppish or unseamanlike officer. « Double the grog tub» — to get an extra ration of liquor by rejoining the line. « French leave» — a sailor who absented himself temporarily with the intention of returning to his ship was said to have taken «French leave».

Criminal slang.  « Balsam » - money.  «Dry up»  - be silent. Criminal slang. « Balsam » — money. «Dry up» — be silent. «Idea-pot» — a man’s head. «Kate» — a smart, brazen-faced woman. *brazen-faced — наглый «Goosecap» — a silly fellow.

Military and soldier slangs.  «brew» - tea.  «college» - prison.  «daisy-roots» - boots.Military and soldier slangs. «brew» — tea. «college» — prison. «daisy-roots» — boots. «on the peg» — under arrest. « swaddy » — soldier.

The language of flowers. red roses = passionate love white roses = virtue yellow roses =The language of flowers. red roses = passionate love white roses = virtue yellow roses = friendship or devotion sunflowers = haughtiness or respect gerbera = innocence or purity iris = the sending of a message pansy = thought daffodil = respect