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summat

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Pronunciation: /ˈsʌmət
 
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Definition of summat in English:

pronoun

Northern English
Non-standard form of something. there’s summat wrong with him
More example sentences
  • But he'd have you believe he's Darth Vader or summat.
  • It's been just under 3 months since I did summat crazy and walked away from my secure well paid job and ‘career'; it's been a step into the unknown.
  • It's just the thing for covering up when it gets a bit cooler in the evenings, like if you're having a barbecue or summat?

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