British slang starting with P
Contents of P:
1. Something large or substantial (Mid 19th C).
3. A general term of abuse (in use since 1960s but may have been popularised by the BBC comedy series Only Fools and Horses.
£25 (18th C).
Lies (from the Cockney rhyming slang pork pies)
1. To gamble, wager or take a chance.
2. To sell or promote.
1. Customer, patron.
2. Gambler (one who takes a punt).
3. A victim in a confidence trick or swindle.