Definition of innit in English:

innit

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Pronunciation: /ˈɪnɪt
 
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contraction

British informal
  • Isn’t it (often used in conversation when seeking confirmation or as a general filler): it’s the easiest way, innit? we all want to get highly paid jobs, innit?
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    • Control over evolution is the first thing an intelligence seeks to accomplish, innit?
    • It's an up and up album man… tracks 1 to 17 are my favourite innit!
    • In fact, everywhere in Manhattan seems to be booked up - it's bloody Labor Day, innit!

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