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ditz

Syllabification: ditz
Pronunciation: /dits
 
/

Definition of ditz in English:

noun

North American informal
A scatterbrained person.
Example sentences
  • Now the woman probably thinks I'm a complete ditz.
  • I may sound like a ditz or a ten-year-old, but I don't care.
  • She had been staking out the place and fooled him into thinking she was a ditz.

Origin

1970s: back-formation from ditzy.

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