Definition of geddit in English:

geddit

Line breaks: ged¦dit
Pronunciation: /ˈgɛdɪt
 
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exclamation

informal , chiefly British
  • Do you understand? (used to draw attention to a pun or play on words): their backing band, the Phat Cats ( geddit?), were all talented musicians The ‘118 247’ ( pronounced ‘one-one-eight , twenty-four, seven’ - geddit?) service costs from 40p a throw
    More example sentences
    • I know Apple are a secretive bunch (Apple, bunch - geddit?)
    • Despite me offering to walk that leg (geddit?) myself, the driver was insistent.
    • Newsnight's Michael Crick tries to wind him up by asking if he is a man without a fuchsia - geddit?

Origin

1970s: representing an informal pronunciation of get it (see get ( sense 7 of the verb).

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