Definition of brolly in English:

brolly

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Pronunciation: /ˈbrɒli
 
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noun (plural brollies)

British informal
  • An umbrella.
    More example sentences
    • I had my brolly with me but did not fancy battling the umbrella-wielding wave of civil servants.
    • Umbrella Woman also clearly approved as she had taken her brolly down and was waving it like a light saber.
    • First, I would have been sorely tempted to believe that some kind soul called Concordia had found it and been thoughtful enough to email me personally, in a wholly selfless attempt to reunite me with my brolly.

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used to address an English nobleman