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Entry from British & World English dictionary

Definition of lor in English:


British informal
Used to indicate surprise or dismay: Lor, look at that! Isn’t it horrible?
More example sentences
  • He thinks he is damn good but he doesn't know anything lor!
  • She gave me a sneer, and sniggered, ‘Ha, then you go back and queue lor.’
  • Some people will be thinking now, ‘Wah lau, please lor, you want a guy who is cute, smart, and funny.’


Mid 19th century: abbreviation of lord.

Words that rhyme with lor

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