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git definition

  • verb:
    • Chiefly New England, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • to have.
    • to go out of.
    • Chiefly brand new The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • To get.
    • to go out of.
    • Chiefly New The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • Chiefly brand new England, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • Chiefly brand new England, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • to have.
    • getting.
    • To get.
    • to go out of.
    • To leave.
    • to go out of.
    • Chiefly New The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • Chiefly New England, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • To get.
    • to obtain.
    • Chiefly New The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • Chiefly New The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • Chiefly brand new The united kingdomt, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S. Variant of get.
    • To leave.
    • To leave.
    • getting.
    • To get.
    • To leave.
    • to go out of.
    • getting.
    • to go out of.
  • noun:
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • A contemptible person.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish individual.
    • alternate form of geat (station in steel casting)
    • See Geat.
    • just like geat.
    • an individual who is deemed becoming despicable or contemptible
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • A contemptible individual.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish individual.
    • alternate form of geat (station in material casting)
    • See Geat.
    • identical to geat.
    • an individual who is regarded as becoming despicable or contemptible
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • A contemptible person.
    • A contemptible individual.
    • A contemptible individual.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, irritating, or childish individual.
    • A silly, inexperienced, stupid, irritating, or childish individual.
    • A silly, inexperienced, stupid, annoying, or childish person.
    • Alternative as a type of geat (channel in material casting)
    • alternate form of geat (channel in steel casting)
    • alternate as a type of geat (channel in steel casting)
    • See Geat.
    • See Geat.
    • See Geat.
    • identical to geat.
    • just like geat.
    • somebody who is deemed is despicable or contemptible
    • someone who is regarded as becoming despicable or contemptible
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • identical to geat.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • A contemptible person.
    • a person who is viewed as become despicable or contemptible
    • A contemptible person.
    • A silly, inexperienced, stupid, irritating, or childish individual.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish individual.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • Chiefly British Slang Variant of get.
    • Alternative kind of geat (channel in metal casting)
    • Alternative type of geat (station in steel casting)
    • A contemptible person.
    • A contemptible person.
    • See Geat.
    • See Geat.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, irritating, or childish person.
    • A silly, inexperienced, stupid, irritating, or childish individual.
    • identical to geat.
    • identical to geat.
    • a person who is viewed as become despicable or contemptible
    • alternate kind of geat (channel in metal casting)
    • someone who is viewed as becoming despicable or contemptible
    • Alternative as a type of geat (station in material casting)
    • See Geat.
    • See Geat.
    • identical to geat.
    • somebody who is deemed becoming despicable or contemptible
    • A contemptible individual.
    • A silly, incompetent, stupid, annoying, or childish person.
    • Alternative type of geat (station in material casting)
    • See Geat.
    • identical to geat.
    • an individual who is regarded as to be despicable or contemptible
    • Same as geat.
    • someone who is regarded as to-be despicable or contemptible
  • others:
    • An obsolete or dialectal form of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal as a type of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal kind of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal as a type of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal as a type of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal as a type of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal kind of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal form of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal form of get.
    • An obsolete or dialectal as a type of get.
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