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unité de longueur anglo-saxonne (fr)[Classe]

unité de capacité anglo-saxonne (fr)[Classe]

arme d'origine britannique (fr)[Classe]

Britisher; Briton; Brit[Classe]

histoire de la Grande-Bretagne (fr)[Thème]

vie politique et institution de Grande-Bretagne (fr)[Thème]

empire colonial britannique et Commonwealth (fr)[Thème]

Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nor (fr)[termes liés]

archipel et île possession de la Grande-Bretagne (fr)[Appar.Pol]

royaume constitutif du Royaume-Uni de G.B. (fr)[Situé]

parts; area; region; part of the country; district[Situé]

ville de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord (fr)[Situé]

Blighty[Spéc.]

River Tyne, Tyne, Tyne River - Canal de Bristol (fr) - North Channel - North Sea - Canal St-Georges (fr) - Mer Celtique (fr) - U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland[Situé]

Faraday (fr) - Fossil Bluff (fr) - Calpe, Gibraltar, Rock of Gibraltar - Halley Bay (fr) - Hong Kong - Northern Ireland, Ulster - Rothera (fr) - Signy (fr)[Appar.Pol]

British[Rel.]

Britannic[Dérivé]

England - Scotland - Cambria, Cymru, Wales[Desc]

potted - fly - pawky - dinky - dishy - non-U - u - starkers - boss-eyed - canty - common or garden - groovy, swagger - gammy - all-mains - niffy - swingeing - shirty, snorty - po-faced - peckish - dickey, dicky - potty - whacking - long-dated - short-dated - take-away, takeout - redbrick, red-brick - grotty - post-free - buckshee - chuffed, cock-a-hoop, happy - jumped-up - toffee-nosed - major - minor - billion - trillion - tod - bloody-minded, cantankerous - bolshy, stroppy - capital - spiffing - top-flight, top-hole, topping - ropey, ropy - gobsmacked - jiggered - buttoned-up - Brummagem - ratable, rateable - all in, beat, bushed, clapped-out, dead-beat, dead tired, dog-tired, done in, drained, fagged, fagged out, flaked out, knackered, rundown, shagged out, shattered, spent, tired, tired out, washed-out, wearied, weary, worn out - whacked - manky - tinpot - fuggy - clapped out - balls-up, ballup, cockup, mess-up, muddle - clanger - clawback - lucky dip - rustication - perambulation - 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punnet - push-bike - quarterlight - circuit, racing circuit - redbrick university - rowing boat - scullery - pruning shears, secateurs, shears - sheeprun, sheepwalk - shooting brake - skid lid - skidpan - slip carriage, slip coach - slop basin, slop bowl - castle, stately home - Sten gun - safe deposit vault, strongroom, strong room, vault - consulting room, doctor's practise, family doctor's practise, medical practise, surgery - tannoy - teahouse, tea parlor, tea parlour, tearoom, tea room, tear-stained, teashop - duplex, pair of semidetached houses, row house, semi, semidetached houses, terraced house, town house, two-family house - titfer - spongebag, sponge bag, toilet bag - tuck box - tuck shop - underfelt - verge - villa - VDU, visual display unit - basin, handbasin, lavabo, washbasin, wash-basin, washbowl, wash-hand basin - Norfolk wherry, wherry - wincey, winsey - winceyette - wooden spoon - workhouse - cert - beastliness - cobblers - conk - countenance, face, gob, head, kisser, mug, phiz, physiognomy, smiler, trap, visage - noddle - nous - facer - snorter - niff, pong - wheeze - Thatcherism - Fabianism - Rediffusion - royal charter - Higher National Diploma, HND - class list, honours list - call board, rota - whip-round - book coupon, book token - indent - colour supplement - bull, cobblers, crap, double-Dutch, gibberish, rot, rubbish - double Dutch - gen - Highway Code, Rules of the Road, traffic regulation, traffic regulations, traffic rule, traffic rules - Bachelor of Medicine, MB - honours, honours degree - first, first-class honours degree - double first - storm cone - ticktack - shoulder flash - trad - skiffle - argle-bargle, argy-bargy - green paper - prang - bunfight, bun-fight - jolly - Maundy - burnup - race meeting - zizz - tuck - plain flour - graham, graham flour, whole meal flour, whole wheat flour - Fanny Adams - high tea - afternoon tea, tea, teatime, tea-time - nosh-up - ploughman's lunch - hotpot, hot pot - caster, caster sugar, castor sugar, powdered sugar - pud, pudding - tipsy cake - pease pudding - roly-poly, roly-poly pudding - suet pudding - spotted dick - tart - Eccles cake - Christmas cake - simnel - tea biscuit, teacake - biscuit, cookie, cooky - Victoria sandwich, Victoria sponge - lemon cheese, lemon curd - chipolata - polony - banger - saveloy - butty - hasty pudding - Victoria plum - whitefish - rock salmon - cattle cake - salad cream - clotted cream, Devonshire cream - golden syrup, treacle - bubble and squeak - cottage pie - kedgeree - bitter - pale ale - plonk - hock, Rhenish, Rhine wine - sundowner - scrumpy - cup of tea, cuppa, cupper - gob - al-Muhajiroun - National Trust, NT - Special Branch - Inland Revenue, IR - Ordnance Survey - admass - Commons, third estate - Inc., incorporated, Ld., limited company, Ltd. - slate club - skiffle group - gaudy - beanfeast - whist drive - direct-grant school - training college - Open University - privy, privy council - works council - parliament - conservancy - ad hoc committee, select committee, special committee - Central Intelligence Machinery, CIM - SAS, Special Air Service - MI, Military Intelligence Section 6, Secret Intelligence Service - MI, Military Intelligence Section 5, Security Service - admiralty - county council - British Cabinet - shadow cabinet - Lords Temporal, second estate - High Commission, Legation, Mission - gossip papers, gutter press, yellow press - public school - terrace - spinney - rave-up - local authority - heath, heathland - subtopia - county town, shire town - housing estate - stockbroker belt - shire - no-go area - pitch - new town - outport - weald - Britain, GB, Great Britain - Home Counties - dale, dell, glen, vale, valley - mere, pond, pool, waterhole - Anglo-Saxon - valuer - backbencher - berk - boffin - chancellor - Chief Constable - clever clogs, clever Dick - coiner - Blimp, Colonel Blimp - commissionaire, doorkeeper, gatekeeper, janitor, porter, usher - constable, police constable - convener, convenor - crossbencher - rioter, tearaway - Esq, Esquire - fire watcher - frontbencher - fruiterer - greengrocer - guvnor - home help, home-maker, mother's help - Hooray Henry - inquiry agent - houseman, intern, interne, medical intern, registrar, resident - invigilator, keeper, overseer, proctor, superintendent, supervisor - justiciar, justiciary - kerb crawler - Lady, noblewoman, peer, peeress - land agent - linendraper - lollipop lady, lollipop woman - Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor - buddy, chum, dude, mate, pal - mercer - mod - muffin man - nan - copper's nark, nark - newsreader, news reader, news reader program, newsreading program, Usenet news reader - office-bearer, official - outfitter - parliamentary agent - patrial - peer - peer of the realm - placeman, placeseeker - pointsman, switchman - pork butcher - aluminium-cell tender, potboy, potman - don, preceptor - publican, tavern keeper - compere, emcee, question master, question-master, quizmaster, quiz-master - ranker - ranker - ratepayer - recorder - redcap - remover - returning officer - rocker - sandboy - scrimshanker - candidate's representative, canvasser, election agent, poll agent, poll representative, representative of the candidate, scrutineer, teller - settler - Sir - senior, sixth-former - skivvy, slavey - slopseller, slop-seller - smallholder - sod - spiv - sprog - sprog - squire - stipendiary, stipendiary magistrate - stockjobber - stone breaker - sublieutenant - suffragette - grass, supergrass - supremo - tallyman - Ted, Teddy boy - Thatcherite - ticket tout, tout - townee - victualer, victualler - wally - wog - Wykehamist - chain reaction, knock-on effect - hectometric wave, medium wave - pot plant - ratables, rateables - smallholding - Crown land - rent-rebate - nominal rent, peppercorn rent - hire-purchase, never-never - sick benefit, sickness benefit - Christmas box - council tax - local rates, local tax, municipal tax, rate, rates - poor rates - base rate - refresher - water-rate - Check account, direct deposit account, giro account, giro bank account - check, cheque, giro, giro cheque - tenpence - threepence - sixpence, tanner - Maundy money - divvy - carry-forward, carry-over - Premium Bond - Civil List - last - quarter - in, in., inch - perch, pole, rod - tod - stone - bugger all, Fanny Adams, fuck all, sweet Fanny Adams - 1000000000, milliard - 1000000000000, billion, one million million - one million million million, trillion - 1000000000000000000, quadrillion, septillion - top-up, top-up deduction - poverty trap - crick, kink, rick, wrick - dog's breakfast, dog's dinner - appro - bad luck!, hard cheese, hard lines/luck, tough luck, worse luck! - fug - ratability, rateability - bumf, bumph, papers - town gas - derv - clunch - surgical spirit - half-term - vac - November 5 - Guy Fawkes Day - sell-by date - quarter day - guest night - rag, rag week - rag day - Boxing Day - Poppy Day, Remembrance Day, Remembrance Sunday - speech day - year dot - kip - question time - judder, shake - scrimshank - hornpipe - 11-plus, eleven-plus - swiz - dekko - action replay, instant replay, replay - beltway, bypass, ring road, ringway - baking sheet, baking tray, cookie sheet - dashboard, fascia - ironmongery - nick - pedestrian crossing, zebra crossing - sandbox, sandpile, sandpit - Kotex, sanitary napkin, sanitary towel - signal box, signal tower - stall - streetcar, tram, tramcar, tramway, trolley, trolley car - jumper, sweater - van - remit - Magna Carta, Magna Charta, The Great Charter - plaint - groundnut oil, peanut oil - veg, vegetable, veggie - green onion, scallion, spring onion - estate, estate of the realm, the three estates - first estate, Lords Spiritual - Liberal Democrat Party - county, shire - beadle, verger - exile, expat, expatriate - gran, grandma, grandmother, grandparent, grannie, granny, maternal grandmother, nan, nanna, paternal grandmother - ponce - clerk, salesclerk, salesgirl, saleslady, salesman, saleswoman, seller, shop assistant, shop clerk, vendor - assurance, insurance - account current, checking account, chequing account, current account, running account - bit, little while, minute, mo, moment, second, while - chilly, parky - made-up - unratable[Domaine]

U.K. (n.) • UK (n.) • United Kingdom (n.) • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (n.)

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