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  1. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    I expected this word is a word of “high” speech style, that it’s a literately word, because it derived from “a brilliant”. When I say “brilliant” (adjective), I see a brilliant, which revolves in a...
  2. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    So, do you use the word for sarcasm and irony only?
  3. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    It's so strange: the word derived from "a brilliant", and a brilliant is a most noble gem. This information is very, very, very unexpected and sudden for me.
  4. Re: Slang and Swearing in UK, US and other countries

    "Brilliant" is a slang?! I felt a shock :shock:. I thought this word is like Russian "блестящий", but if it's a slang, then "потрясный" is a more close word.
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