All out - When an innings is ended where 10 out of 11 batsmen have been dismissed or are unable to play due to injury etc.
All rounder - A batsman who can bowl too, or a batsman who can also keep wickets
Around the wicket - When a right handed bowler passes the right side of the stumps during his delivery action and vice versa for left handed bowlers.
BBI or Best - An abbreviation for the best bowling figures in a bowler's career.
Beamer - a delivery that without bouncing, reaches the batsman at around head height.
Brace - Two wickets off two consecutive deliveries.
Chip - A subtle lob played over the infielders
Covers - A fielding position between point and mid off.
Cut - A shot made square on the off side a delivery that is short pitched and wide of off stump.
Dot ball - A delivery from which no runs have been scored.
Drive - A forceful shot hit along the ground cover point on the off side and mid wicket on the leg side.
Duck - A batsman's score of zero
Duckworth and Lewis method - A mathematical model that predicts the runs required by the team batting second after the match has been interrupted due to rain.
Flick - A quick and light movement of the wrist which moves the bat.
Full toss - A delivery that reaches the batsman with bouncing.
Glance - A shot played finely on the leg side behind the batsman.
Gully - A fielder close to the slip fielder.
Hat trick - Three wickets off three consecutive balls by the same bowler.
Leg side - As he takes position, the half of the ground to the rear of the batsman
Maiden Over - An over where no runs are given.
Nelson - scores of 111, 222 or 333 sometimes considered as bad luck
Nick - An edge (of bat)
Off side - The half of the field in front of the batsman's body.
On side - Same as leg side
One down - the batsman who is number 3 in the batting line up
Outfield - part of the field lying outside the 30 yard circle
Overpitched - A ball that is fully pitched but not a yorker, often easily dispatched.
Overthrow - An inaccurate throw by the fielder resulting in the batsmen gaining more runs
Pads - Protective equipment for the legs.
Plumb - Obviously out leg before wicket.
Pull - A shot played to the leg side on a ball that is pitched short.
Seam - The stitching on the ball
Seam bowling - A style that uses the unevenness of the ball.
Silly - to indicate a position close to the batsman
Sledging - Verbal abuse to psychologically upset a player.
Slip - A fielder close behind the batsman.
Spell - The total number of overs a bowler bowls.
Strike - The position as batsman.
Tail ender - A batsman at the end of the batting order.
Twelfth man - The first substitute
Yorker - A delivery pitched expecting to bounce under the batsman's bat.