Which of these words would use in your variety of English? Thank you :) Garden hose/ hosepipe / water hose Racing car- race car Fridge/ refrigerator Mini-fridge / compact refrigerator packed lunch- box lunch
Sep 6, 2018 9:28 AM
Answers · 3
American English: Hose (possibly garden hose, but typically just hose) Race Car Fridge (only because it is shorter. Refrigerator is also commonly used) mini-fridge (always fridge here, never mini-refrigerator) Packed lunch if you packed it at home, boxed lunch it if is provided by a caterer at some event or possibly purchased at a shop.
September 6, 2018
The first of each. I’m from the UK.
September 6, 2018
I'm Dutch and my English has evolved from all over the place, but here is what I would use: Garden hose Racing car Fridge Mini Fridge Packed lunch for the actual food, lunch box (so the other way around) for the container it goes in.
September 6, 2018
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