Learn British Slang – Angry
Level: Advanced Reading Time: 4 minutes Category: Vocabulary
In England, we have loads of different ways to say that we are not happy about something. Here is a list of my 5 favourite ways to say I am angry!
British Slang for COLD
We have many ways to talk about being angry in the UK. Here are some common slang words that we use:
- Got strop on
- Throwing a wobbler
- Narking me off
- Doing my head in*
*not really slang for angry, but it means something is annoying you and will make you feel angry.
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So, there are 5 slang words that you can use to talk about being angry in the UK. Learning slang words and phrases can be a great and interesting way to express yourself more like a native speaker.
Check the link below to learn about other phrases and slang that we often use in the UK
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