'un


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'un

(ən) or

un

pron
a spelling of one: that's a big 'un.
Usage: This spelling is intended to reflect a dialectal or informal pronunciation
Translations

'un

[ʌn] PRON that's a good 'un! (joke etc) → ¡qué bueno!
he did well, for an old 'unlo hizo bien, para ser un viejo
she's got two little 'unstiene dos críos
References in classic literature ?
If he foinds it oot, soon efther, I'll put 'un on a wrong scent, I warrant 'ee.
Cod, I think I see 'un now, a powderin' awa' at the thin bread an' butther
And I suppose the old missis is agoing to leave after this stir's gotten overed, and take herself off, somewhere, to live on her bit of a jointure; and the young 'un - at least the new 'un (she's none so very young) - is coming down to live at the Grove.
I am, sir; I've known him since he was quite a young gentleman; and a proud 'un he was, and a wilful.
But yer must know, Work'us, yer mother was a regular right-down bad 'un.
A regular right-down bad 'un, Work'us,' replied Noah, coolly.
Now, old 'un,' proceeded Fledgeby, when he had had his laugh out, 'you'll buy up these lots that I mark with my pencil--there's a tick there, and a tick there, and a tick there--and I wager two-pence you'll afterwards go on squeezing those Christians like the Jew you are.
Old 'un,' said Fledgeby, when the Jew had put it in his pocketbook, and was putting that in the breast of his outer garment; 'so much at present for my affairs.
Come, old 'un,' said Fledgeby, meeting his eyes with a wink, 'say the name.
Fancy articles entirely--sell for waiters, and so on, to rich 'uns, that can pay for handsome 'uns.