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git

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noun \ˈgit\

Definition of git

British

  1. :  a foolish or worthless person

Examples of git in a sentence

  1. That git of a brother of yours has ruined everything!

  2. <oh, don't be such a silly git, of course your mates want you around>

Origin and Etymology of git

variant of get, term of abuse, from 2get


First Known Use: 1929


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git

Definition of git

  1. dialect variant of get

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GIT Defined for English Language Learners

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git

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noun \ˈgit\

Definition of git for English Language Learners

  • : a stupid or worthless person (especially a man)


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