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An accent that some Americas seem to love. I say that because when i went to the states Americas seemed to love my accent.
Me: hi
Cool American: Your british accent is soooo cool speak more
Me: Okay...what should i say
cool American: Anything!!!
by british brunette May 19, 2006
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A deranged, poorly-planned attempt to seize power; particularly if an election does not turn out in your favor.
Disgraced attorney Rudy Giuliani’s face became drenched in sweat and hair dye as he invented evidence of widespread voter fraud during President Trump’s clown coup.
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One Of The sexiest accents in the freakin world.
Girl:Damn did you here him talk
Girl 2:yeah he's British
Girl:DAMN british Accents are sexy!!!
by angelic amy June 19, 2006
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There is no such thing as a "British accent" - Britain is made up of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. There are literally hundreds of different accents spoken across the whole of the British Isles. The accent that people are most commonly referring to when they say "British accent" is an accent spoken in some parts of south east England.

The south east accent is the one most frequently heard outside of Britain in the media and in films (curse you Hugh Grant!) so people don’t really hear many different accents from across the British isles which has led to the stereotyping of the "British accent".
Hugh Grant, Austin Powers, that guy in Oceans 11 (Worse "british accent" impression EVER).
by mewjaun August 27, 2006
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Better labeled as an "English accent", it is the hottest thing ever.
iEnglish/i accent is just TOO gorgeous: maximises chances of a girl swooning at your first words.
Upper class accent "I'm at Oxford" accent is the best one.
With an English accent like that, even an idiot can sound like the smartest most gorgeous man alive.
"Oh wow! Your boyfriend's a Brit?"
"He's got an British accent!"
"Shit! I love him already!"
by FranzMerlin January 21, 2006
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A term often used by people in North America to describe the middle class or Recieved Pronounciation accent featured on American television and cinema. Its used by the sorts of people who represent Britain abroad in the UK like Tony Blair or Hugh Grant.

This accent is probably spoken by a small minority of Britons, and whenever the topic of British accents comes up theres always somebody from outside the south of England who praises the accents of the Midlands or the North, however these accents have no credibility outside their own regions and everybody knows it.

Context in American cullture:
The 'bad guy' in American entertainment very often has a british accent like the X Men villain played by Ian McKellan or many of the characters portrayed by Anthony Hopkins. In recent years however, this accent has been seen by American girls as 'cute' when sported by persons like Jude Law, Orlando Bloom or Kiera Knightly. Since this culture emerged it has been exploited endlessly by lonely British private school boys who wish to use their accents to get laid, most notably seen in Love Actually where the character Colin ends up in bed with Elisha Cuthbert and other American girls.
1. Oh my god Orlando Bloom has a cute British Accent he is soooo cool.

2. He has a british accent he says "warta" instead of "wadder"
by Winston_fist June 26, 2005
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Technically, any one of the many accents and dialects spoken in the British Isles - Technically. But only use it if you know and respect this fact. Never use "Britain" as a substitute for England in case you offend the Celts who will probably beat the crap out of you for your troubles (Being Welsh myself, I can pretty well guarantee it)

It is not specifically "English Accent". If you want to say someone has an English Accent. Then it is common sensical to say "English Accent" as opposed to the potentially irritating generalization.

Make no mistake. I, for one, and many others like me will not let you use the term "Britsh Accent" (OR British anything else where you actually should have said English)
without some form of protest. Be it verbal or physical.
There are no examples because the "British Accent" is a non-entity.
by THR June 19, 2006
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