One of my favorite words, of late. Seems to be infiltrating the U.S. via the recent influx of TV programming from the U.K., perhaps? See also British.
Outdated British term for athletic shoes, i.e., the floppy, high-top, twist-your-ankle kind. See also British.
According to Wikipedia, "a traditional English dish made with the shallow-fried leftover vegetables from a roast dinner." See also Breakfast, British.
Something that's correct, e.g. "Is this yours?" "Yep, that's the badger!" See also British.
A smarmy British singerthis is not his real name by the way. See also British, Music.