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(also Brummy) informal
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.’
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.
Early 19th century: from Brum.
Palabras que riman con Brummiechummy, crumby, crummy, dummy, gummy, lumme, mummy, plummy, rummy, scrummy, scummy, slummy, tummy, yummy
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