American and British Words for Clothes | 15 Differences Illustrated 1

American and British Words for Clothes | 15 Differences Illustrated

Learn useful American and British Words for Clothes with list and pictures.

American and British Words for Clothes

Bootlace, Shoelace —–<>—– Shoestring

Clothes peg —–<>—– Clothespin

Dressing Gown —–<>—– Bathrobe

Dungaress —–<>—– Overalls

Nappy —–<>—– Diaper

Underwear, Knickers —–<>—– Underwear, Panties

Plimsolls, Gym Shoes —–<>—– Gym Shoes

Polo Neck —–<>—– Turtle Neck

Pyjamas —–<>—– Pajamas

Swimming Costume —–<>—– Bathing Suit

Trainers —–<>—– Sneakers

Trousers —–<>—– Pants

Waistcoat —–<>—– Vest

Wellington —–<>—– Boots, Wellies

Rubber —–<>—– Boot

Zip —–<>—– Zipper

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American and British Words for Clothes

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MuhammadRehman
MuhammadRehman
1 month ago

Want to learn

Sorin
Sorin
1 month ago

rubber for boot?! Errr…no

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