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(also Brummy) informal
Definición de Brummie en inglés:
sustantivo (plural Brummies)British
A native of the British city of Birmingham.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- More than half of the playing fields were sold off for executive-detached style homes as the native Brummies moved south.
- The BNP were expected to hold a meeting in Birmingham but after Brummies planned to stage a demonstration, the BNP backed off.
- Thanks to Rob Manuel of B3ta fame who says: ‘Of course, what they need is a nice uplifting song that makes Brummies feel good about their city rather than just a new logo.’
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1British From or relating to Birmingham: a Brummie accent
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Similar characters, complete with Brummie accents, entertained us in a slightly bizarre and surreal ‘interactive family show’ called Cadbury Land.
- I have to say it was an interesting conversation with his German accent and my Brummie tones!
- It is shot from the perspective of little Meena, caught in a cross-cultural whirlwind between the small town where she is growing up and the source of her thick Brummie accent, and her Indian roots, of which she is wholly ignorant.
1940s: from Brum.
Palabras que riman con Brummiechummy, crumby, crummy, dummy, gummy, lumme, mummy, plummy, rummy, scrummy, scummy, slummy, tummy, yummy
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