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Learn British English: tasty slang

Please read below for British slang relating to food.

Slang synonyms for “food”:

“Grub’s up!”






“Nosh” and “munch” are verbs which can act as synonyms for “eat”.

“Delicious” is the adjective we use most to describe food we really like.

“Tasty” is a good one which doesn’t mean “delicious” necessarily, but that the food has a nice taste in a very positive way.

“Grub’s up” means “dinner is ready”.

  1. 23/11/2012 at 2:13 AM

    these explanations are always very useful, thanks, Chris!!!

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