British to American & American to British words

Do you know the difference between American chips and British chips? Have a go at translating some specific British terms for things into the commonly used American equivalent, and vice versa!
E.g. British word = Parcel, American word = Package.
E.g. American word = Botulism, British word = Steak and kidney pie.
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Last updated: May 22, 2016
First submittedMay 21, 2016
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British to American
Mobile phone
Cellphone
Cupboard
Cabinet
Wardrobe
Closet
Cooker
Stove
Number plate
License plate
Tin
Can
Cinema
Movie theater
Booking
Reservation
Post
Mail
Brackets
Parentheses
Braces
Suspenders
Shopping centre
Shopping mall
Pudding
Dessert
Shop
Store
Draughts
Checkers
Starters
Appetizer
Aubergine
Eggplant
American to British
Zucchini
Courgette
Dumpster
Skip
Blinker
Indicator
Fire truck
Fire engine
Candy
Sweets
Cotton candy
Candy floss
Faucet
Tap
Dog leash
Dog lead
Thumbtack
Drawing pin
Molasses
Treacle
Oatmeal
Porridge
Phone booth
Phone box
Vacation
Holiday
Sweater
Jumper
Bathrobe
Dressing gown
Pacifier
Dummy
Color
Colour
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Level 15
May 21, 2016
Suspenders to braces should be in the American to British column.
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Level 70
May 22, 2016
Thanks, I knew I'd slip up on at least one!