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English England

scran

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

Scran is an informal word for food. It doesn’t describe any particular type of food or any specific meal, it can be used at any time of the day.

“Oh I proper fancy some scran.”



English English speaking countries

to make a mountain out of a molehill

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Most People

To make a mountain out of a molehill is to treat a minor problem as something major. Used when somebody is exaggerating.

“I was only 10 minutes late! You’re making a mountain out of a molehill.” “You’re making a mountain out a molehill, you failed one test, it doesn’t mean you’ll fail the whole year”

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English England

noggin

Word USED On Occasion BY Parents

Noggin is an informal word for ‘head’.

“Use your noggin”

Confirmed by 8 people



English England

you make a better door than a window

Expression USED On Occasion BY Most People

This phrase is used if somebody is blocking your view. It’s a way of asking somebody to move out of the way. Since your body is dense, nobody can see through it - hence it being compared to a door, rather than a window - something you can see through.

“You make a better door than a window” “Oops! Sorry, I’ll move out of the way”

Confirmed by 6 people



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English Lancashire , England

ey up

Expression USED Frequently BY Most People

Commonly used as a greeting.

“Ey up! How’s things?”

Confirmed by 7 people