Words with Different British and American Meanings

Below are a list of words which have different definitions either side of the Atlantic. I have given a clue and you give me the word.
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Last updated: May 28, 2015
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British Clue
Word
American Clue
Floss / cotton
Candy
Confectionary
Soccer
Football
Pigskin
Underwear
Pants
Trousers
Storage in the car
Boot
Denver ____ / wheel clamp
Eraser
Rubber
Condom
Underpass
Subway
Rapid transit
A cookie
Biscuit
Quick bread
Primary road
Trunk
Storage in the car
Fish and _____
Chips
Lays
Musical concert in Royal Albert Hall
Prom
Formal school party
Posh school
Public school
State funded school
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Level 55
May 5, 2014
Prom is just a formal dance. It doesn't have anything to do with graduation.
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Level 14
May 28, 2015
you have prom at the end of school so it kind of is! but I agree its not graduation! we have this in England too!
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Level 79
Sep 2, 2015
Only because we stole the idea from the US.
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Level 14
May 28, 2015
I put underground for underpass!!! and also private school for posh school!!!
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Level 47
May 28, 2015
But, an underpass isn't the underground? And private school isn't the same is public school?
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Level 28
Aug 22, 2016
In Britain, private and public schools are pretty much the same as each other. In America, they are different, as 'public' schools are the same as British state schools
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Level 43
Aug 13, 2016
how is soccer a british clue? and eraser? those are fundamentally not the things that are british. the answers, football and rubber are more suited for the 'british clue' column