Brummie


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Brummie

(ˈbrʌmɪ)
n
informal a native or inhabitant of Birmingham, England
adj
of or relating to Birmingham
[C20: from Brummagem]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Brummie - a native or resident of Birmingham, England
English person - a native or inhabitant of England
Translations

Brummie

[ˈbrʌmɪ] N (Brit) → nativo/a m/f or habitante mf de Birmingham

Brummie

[ˈbrʌmi] n
(= resident) → habitant(e) m/f de Birmingham
(originally from)natif/ive m/f de Birmingham

Brummie

[ˈbrʌmɪ] n (fam) (resident) → abitante m/f di Birmingham; (native) → originario/a di Birmingham
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Long-time readers of the Birmingham Post will be aware that city council leader John Clancy had banged on about the idea of using Brummie Bonds ("a confident act of local economic self-determination") for years - well before he became council leader - here in the Birmingham Post through his columns and blogs.
Guests also include Brummie boxing legend Wayne Elcock, former British and Commonwealth middleweight champion, Gadget Show host Jon Bentley, and Doctors star Lorna Laidlaw.
However a fall for Sneddon in the 12th left North alone in the eventual Brummie 5-1 as they went back to 10 ahead with three to go.
But the fact that Mr Swingler is a Brummie - and a proud one, at that - proved most opportune for the job I was tasked to do.
Volunteers looked at photos of female models while listening to three accents: Yorkshire, Brummie and RP or silence, and rated them for IQ.
Brummie Kate, from Golcar, is determined to have the last word over the dialect use of the word `wul' for `until'.
THE Brummie accent has been branded the least sexy sweet nothings in Britain.
BIRMINGHAM rock legend Bev Bevan and his band are to be the headliners of the Brummie Awards.
EDUCATION campaigner Malala Yousafzai has said she is a Brummie - and proud of it.
GLOBETROTTING Brummie pensioner Des Gardner has had a BIG year.
Dear Editor, The proposal for Brummie Bonds (Paul Dale, Birmingham Post, December 31), was made in February 2004, not at the end of the year, following research by senior accountant Richard Murphy and Colin Hines, currently the convenor of the New Economics Foundation's Green New Deal group.
The Borderers' sixth place in the league gave them second choice of opponent and, based on their memorable win on Brummie shale a couple of months ago, it was Birmingham who got their vote.