Four British slang words 四個英國人常用的俚語

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英語俚語是人們在生活中使用的非正式且口語化的詞句。在學英語的過程中,可以通過學習一些當地的俚語,豐富自己的詞彙量,加深對當地文化的理解。看視頻,學習英國人口頭對話中常用的四個俚語。

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Hi, I’m Sian from BBC Learning English, and today I’m going to share four British slang words with you.

So, these are words you should only use in an informal situation.

The first one is gutted. This is an adjective and means very sad or disappointed. I just failed my driving test for the fourth time! I’m gutted.

Number two is knackered. This is also an adjective and means really, really tired. I went to a party last night and now I’m knackered!

Next, we have skint. If someone is skint, they have no money or very little money. I can’t come out tonight, I’m skint.

Our fourth slang word is the opposite of skint – loaded. If someone is loaded, they are very, very rich. I just won the lottery. I’m loaded!

用法總結

Slang words are words you should only use in an informal situation. Here are four examples.
俚語詞彙只能用於非正式場合中。舉四個例子:

1. Gutted – This is an adjective and means very sad or disappointed.
形容詞 「gutted」 的意思是 「傷心欲絕的,失望透頂的」。

  • I just failed my driving test for the fourth time! I’m gutted.

2. Knackered – This is also an adjective and means really, really tired.
形容詞 「knackered」 的意思是 「筋疲力盡的,極度疲勞的」。

  • I went to a party last night and now I’m knackered!

3. Skint – This means to have no money or very little money.
形容詞 「skint」 的意思是 「身無分文的,手頭緊的」。

  • I can’t come out tonight, I’m skint.

4. Loaded – If someone is loaded, they are very, very rich.
形容詞 「loaded」 的意思是 「有錢的」。

  • I just won the lottery. I’m loaded!