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Publisher HarperCollins has come up with a shortlist of words put forward by 14 to 18-year olds and has asked the social networking website Bebo to help pinpoint the most common slang terms in Britain.
"The findings from the Bebo community will give us the chance to keep track of an exciting part of our language that usually goes unrecorded."
Among the slang terms proposed, "piff" means good, "breh" means boy and "shifted" means get arrested.
Other slang words are "stunting" (showing off), "pee" (money), "co-dee" (friends) and "pinky" (50 pounds).
The list also includes "sick" (cool, good) "bare" (a lot of), "seen" (cool), "mugged" (mocked), "fiend" (addicted) and "hater", which means a negative person.
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