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Definition of git in English:

noun

British informal
An unpleasant or contemptible person: that mean old git a warped, twisted little git
More example sentences
  • But we need to improve and revitalise, not only for the old gits like me.
  • Were the whingeing old gits right all along, then?
  • We watched a few more songs down at the front then retreated to the ballroom bar to watch the rest of the set with the other old gits.

Origin

1940s: variant of get (sense 2) of the noun).

Words that rhyme with git

acquit, admit, backlit, bedsit, befit, bit, Brit, Britt, chit, commit, demit, dit, emit, fit, flit, frit, grit, hit, intermit, it, kit, knit, legit, lickety-split, lit, manumit, mishit, mitt, nit, omit, outsit, outwit, permit, pit, Pitt, pretermit, quit, remit, retrofit, sit, skit, slit, snit, spit, split, sprit, squit, submit, transmit, twit, whit, wit, writ, zit

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