From coaches to torches, if you’ve ever crossed the pond/ocean the differences in English were probably one of the first things you noticed (apart from driving on opposite sides of the road!). These are 25 Words With Different Meanings For The U.K. And The U.S.
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In the US this is a buttery roll while in the UK this would be a cookie.
In the US a chemist is a scientists that works with chemicals while in the UK a chemist is the US equivalent of a pharmacy.
In the US these are a type of shoe. In the UK this would refer to your car’s trunk.
In the US a dummy is somebody who doesn’t know anything. In the UK a dummy is a baby’s pacifier.
In both dialects a coach is the leader of a sports team while in the UK a coach is also a bus.