These are what I commonly refer to in the blog as “Englishisms”. It is when a word can refer one thing in England, and another thing in America. The Englishisms highlight that although the UK and USA technically speak the same language, it can have a whole different meaning.
Nappy (British)—– Diaper (American)
Nursery (British)—– Daycare (American)
Pub (British)—– Restaurant (American)
Trolley (British)—- Cart (American)
Christmas baubles (British)—- Christmas Balls (American)
Pants (British)—– Underwear/panties (American)
Trouser (British)——- Pants (American)
Rubber (British)——- Eraser (American)
Rubber (American)—– Condom (British)
More to come soon……………..