What does flat mean in England?
1 `flat’ In British English, a flat is a set of rooms for living in, usually on one floor of a large building. She lived in a tiny furnished flat near Sloane Square. 2 `apartment’ In American English, a set of rooms like this is usually called an apartment.
What do British people call an apartment?
Flat. Spencer Platt/Getty Images. The British equivalent of an apartment, a flat has little to do with having a level surface.
What is a block of flats called?
Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for BLOCK OF FLATS [tenement]
Biscuit (UK) / Cookie (US)
In the UK, these are generally called biscuits, although people do call the bigger, softer kind cookies, too. However, in the UK, people LOVE biscuits (especially with tea) and there are hundreds of different varieties that aren’t called cookies, too.
What is the British English of bangs?
In America, though, the term bangs refers to a shorter section of hair which is cut straight across the forehead – what is called a fringe in Britain. The word bangs first started being used in 1878 and is thought to have stemmed from the adverbial use of bang to mean ‘abruptly’ – the hair is cut bang off.