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UK English / USA English
UK English / USA English UK English and USA English are very similar, but some words are different.
UK English / USA English film movie
UK English / USA English flat apartment
UK English / USA English rubbish trash
UK English / USA English crisps chips
UK English / USA English autumn fall
UK English / USA English underground subway
UK English / USA English rubber eraser
UK English / USA English tin-opener can-opener
UK English / USA English biscuits cookies
UK English / USA English posted mailed
UK English / USA English barrister attorney
UK English / USA English boot trunk
UK English / USA English nappy diaper
UK English / USA English number plate license plate
UK English / USA English petrol gasoline
UK English / USA English postbox mailbox
UK English / USA English sweets candy
UK English / USA English taxi cab
UK English / USA English camp bed cot
UK English / USA English paddling pool wading pool
UK English / USA English programme program
UK English / USA English to play truant to play hookey
UK English / USA English trolley cart
UK English / USA English lift elevator
UK English / USA English motorway freeway
UK English / USA English bonnet hood
UK English / USA English dummy pacifier
UK English / USA English boxer shorts shorts
UK English / USA English holiday vacation
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