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Definition of scrote in English:

noun

British informal
A contemptible person.
Example sentences
  • A young scrote from Manchester is the first person in the country to be banned from wearing a hooded top.
  • Before sentencing the scrote who owes me, the judge asked me for some info.
  • Darkness Falls is not worth the price of admission, and that stupid lisping scrote should've been used for a decoy.

Origin

1970s: from scrotum.

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