In British slang terms, ‘dodgy’ refers
to something wrong, illegal, or just plain ‘off’, in one way or another.
For example, it can be used to mean illegal – ‘He got my dad a dodgy watch for Christmas’; it can be used to mean something food-related that is nauseous or nauseating – ‘I had a dodgy kebab last night and I don’t feel right’; and it can also be used as a pejorative – ‘He just seems dodgy to me.’二十一、dodgy，adj.狡猾的;狡诈的; 可疑的;有毛病的; 运转不良的;状况不佳的;冒险的;危险的;困难的
例如，它可以用来指非法——“He got my dad a dodgy watch for Christmas 他给我爸爸买了一块走时不准的圣诞手表”；它可以用来指与食物有关的恶心或恶心的东西——“I had a dodgy kebab last night and I don’t feel right.我昨晚吃了一串变质的烤肉串，我感觉不舒服.”；它也用作贬义词——“He just seems dodgy to me. 他对我来说似乎老奸巨猾。”
‘Fortnight’ – a British slang term more commonly used by virtually everyone in the UK to mean ‘a group of two weeks’.
For example, ‘I’m going away for a fortnight to Egypt for my summer holiday.’二十二、两周
例如，“I’m going away for a fortnight to Egypt for my summer holiday. 我要去埃及度两周暑假。”
‘Gobsmacked’ – a truly British expression meaning to be shocked and surprised beyond belief. The expression is believed by some to come literally from ‘gob’ (a British expression for mouth), and the look of shock that comes from someone hitting it.
For example. ‘I was gobsmacked when she told me she was pregnant with triplets.’二十三、Gobsmacked，目瞪口呆
例如。“I was gobsmacked when she told me she was pregnant with triplets. 当她告诉我她怀了三胞胎时，我目瞪口呆。”
This is cheating, it is almost exclusively used in the English county Devonshire, but I’m including it as its fun to say. It is used as a derogatory word for tourists.
For example, ‘I don’t go over there anymore it’s full of grockels these days.’二十四、Grockel，乌合之众
‘Gutted’ – a British slang term that is one of the saddest on the lists in terms of pure contextual emotion. To be ‘gutted’ about a situation means to be devastated and saddened.
For example, ‘His girlfriend broke up with him. He’s absolutely gutted.’二十五、 Gutted，沮丧，被摧毁或满怀悲伤
例如，“His girlfriend broke up with him. He’s absolutely gutted.他的女朋友和他分手了。他已经精疲力尽了。”
I believe this expression originates in the English county of Cheshire. The word relates to the way a goose (a male goose is called a gander) cranes its neck to look at something. As such a form of this expression ‘Have a goosey’ also exists, but is much more uncommon.
In context it works like this, ‘Come here and have a gander at what he’s doing.’
'How's about we go off to my house, have some dinner with the wife and kids, then take a gander at a map of these here parts? '二十六、have a gander （at） 好好看看
我相信这个短语起源于英国柴郡。这个词与鹅（公鹅被称为雄鹅）吊着脖子看东西的方式有关。也有这样的表达形式“Have a goosey”，但很少见。
在这样的背景下，看例句，“Come here and have a gander at what he’s doing.过来看看他在干什么。”
'How's about we go off to my house, have some dinner with the wife and kids, then take a gander at a map of these here parts? '去我家跟我太太和孩子们一起用晚餐如何，然后再来看看这里的地图？27. Hunky-Dory
‘Hunky-dory’ – a neat little piece of British slang that means that a situation is okay, cool, or normal.
For example, ‘Yeah, everything’s hunky-dory at the office.’二十七、‘Hunky-dory’，帅呆了。
例如，“Yeah, everything’s hunky-dory at the office.是的，办公室里的一切都酷毙了。”
Jammy is in semi-common use in the north west and south west of England. It is a descriptive word, used to describe someone who is extremely lucky for something, without putting in much effort for it.
For example, ‘I can’t believe you won that, proper jammy.’二十八、Jammy，（没付出努力的）幸运儿
例如，“I can’t believe you won that, proper jammy. 真不敢相信你赢了， 你真幸运。”29. Kerfuffle
Another rather delightful and slightly archaic words in this list of British slang terms is ‘kerfuffle’. ‘Kerfuffle’ describes a skirmish or a fight or an argument caused by differing views.
For example, ‘I had a right kerfuffle with my girlfriend this morning over politics.’二十九、Kerfuffle，混战，小冲突
例如，“I had a right kerfuffle with my girlfriend this morning over politics.今早我和女朋友因为政治问题吵了一架。”
‘Knackered’ – a great word and phrase used by Britons to describe their tiredness and exhaustion, in any given situation. Often substituted in friendly circles for ‘exhausted’.
For example, ‘I am absolutely knackered after working all day.’三十、Knackered，精疲力竭
例如，“I am absolutely knackered after working all day.我工作了一整天，完全筋疲力尽了。”