Definition of 't in English:

't

Line breaks: 't

contraction

The word ‘it’, attached to the end of a verb, especially in the transcription of regional spoken use: I’ll never do’t again
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  • But, if I have managed to pass it, I don't have to do 't again.
  • Whene'er he likes to tell his mind mair plain, I'se tell him frankly ne'er to do 't again.

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