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- proper noun military slang, usually capitalized
Great Britain, Britain, or England, especially as viewed from abroad
- noun military slang A minor
wound, but serious enough to take a soldier out of combat.
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- noun a slang term for Great Britain used by British troops serving abroad
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I've just watched the clips here in Blighty and i am happy to say that it looks pretty good on the strength of them.
What would that be in Blighty – 40, 50, 60% of your income?
I mean, for hecks sake, I hear things here in Blighty about how UK unemployment data -- something as important as the livelihood of 60 million people -- is unreliable and skewed to heck by issues regarding what qualifies.
Blighty is far better than so many channels out there.
PW - I don't know about any more Eiffels in Blighty but there used to be a baby Statue of Liberty on a hosiery factory roof in Leicester.
Exactly what all my Labour Party friends over in Blighty say about Obama.
Over here in Blighty the media in general don't do science and even their rocket science correspondents lack that essential degree in rocket science.
Back in Blighty, the England football team also won their Euro 2008 qualification match at Wembley by three goals to nothing.
Are people in Blighty buying into this bollocks-the idea that somehow there was ‘clear red water’ between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
When they land in Blighty they don't miraculously turn into The Waltons!