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Is often said as a cry of frustration or annoyance. An arrest or to be caught out, as in 'It's a fair cop'. Used with a negative to mean of little value, as in 'That's not much cop'. To get, as in for example, to 'cop off with', 'cop a feel' or 'cop a load of that'.
In 1889 two multi-volumed slang dictionaries went on sale: A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon and Cant by Albert Barrere and Charles Leland, and Slang and its Analogues by John Farmer and W. Henley; the latter being published in seven volumes.Slang is informal language sometimes peculiar to a particular social class or group and its use in Britain dates back to before the 15th century.The language of slang, in common with the English language, is changing all the time; new words and phrases are being added and some are used so frequently by so many, they almost become mainstream.While some slang words and phrases are used throughout Britain (e.g.knackered, meaning "exhausted"), others are restricted to smaller regions, even to small geographical areas.