- (British English) [colloquial] you silly twit! (affectionate)¡tonto!¡bobo! [colloquial]Example sentences
- Both camps, according to White House insiders, are silly twits.
- He thought of them as the lowest of low in the class known as CTJN class, the ‘creeps, twits, jerks and nerds’ class.
- While I'd seen my fair share of mediocre upper middle-class twits leapfrog their contemporaries, I really believed that the results-driven media game was largely a meritocracy.
transitive verb -tt-
- to twit somebody (
about/ oversomething)tomarle el pelo a alguien ( poralgo)Example sentences
- Three cheers therefore for the man, who a day later in The Times skilfully twitted his ignorant colleague.
- I like to twit my family somewhat, as this will show.
- A Rastafarian waving a flag twitted me as I pushed through the noisy crowd.
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