absobloodylutely/absofuckinglutely – an exclamation as to resound a definite yes.
ace – excellent, great. A rather out of vogue term, probably still used by kids.
Adam and Eve – Rhyming Slang for ‘believe’, e.g. “Would you Adam and Eve it mate!”.
afters – short for the term ‘after hours’ meaning drinking in a pub after official closing time. Also see ‘lock-in‘.
aggro – short for aggravation or violence, e.g. “He was steaming drunk and well up for some aggro”.
Alan Whicker(s) – Rhyming Slang for ‘knickers’.
all over the gaff/shop – general term to describe someone or something that has no direction or that is in a mess.
allright/awright – a greeting literally meaning “is everything all fine?”. Usually used in the form “awright mate!”.
Annabel Giles – Modern Rhyming Slang for ‘piles’ (haemorrhoids