Cultures around the world have many differences, among those are the phrases used to describe everyday things.
For example, Canadians often call the poles on the side of the road supporting electric cables, “Hydro poles”. In other parts of the world these will be referred to as “electric poles”.
British people refer to long cushioned chair normally placed in the living room as “chesterfield”, but most other cultures refer to it as a “sofa”.
The most famous difference is the way North Americans refer to American football as “football”, where rest of the world use this term to refer to soccer.