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Rhyming Cockney Slang

by Jack Jones

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A pocket glossary for easy reference explaining cockney idioms. It's a fun Cockney-English dictionary published by Abson Books in London. A great reference and a fun read, which will demystify the tendency among some Londoners to use Cockney Rhyming Slang: ‘Captain Cook’ (book), ‘The old iron tank’ (bank) and ‘pig’s ear’ (beer) – they’re all in here! Not a comprehensive dictionary, but it certainly covers all the main cockney terms.

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