Definition of nowt in English:

nowt

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Pronunciation: /naʊt
 
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pronoun & adverb

Northern English
Nothing: it’s nowt to do with me
More example sentences
  • ‘When in doubt, do nowt,’ goes the Yorkshire saying.
  • Had I dared venture into that ultimate feminine domain, Mrs C would have taken a shotgun to me - ‘This is woman's work and nowt to do with thee.’
  • Honest, I was really nice about it but nevertheless I did have to wonder if they really wanted to leave town where there are some great ‘eateries’ for a place where there's nowt!

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