Sussex dialect: a narrow passage between buildings. (cf. North of England: ginnel
Most people walked half way around the block but the locals knew a short-cut through the twitten.
An adjective indicating that something has been prepared before it is prepared.
"I didn't prepare dinner tonight because is was pre-prepared. You'll find it in the freezer."
The place in a supermarket where details are kept.
"Up to 50% off everything! See instore for details."
To order something before you want it, as distinct from after you want it.
"Pre-order your Christmas turkey now. Don't wait until Boxing Day."
A fence is what you take when someone suggests that you obtained goods illegally.
Don't take a fence, but did you really pay fifteen hundred quid for an Yves St Laurent suit that doesn't fit?