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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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.
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Brummie Kate, from Golcar, is determined to have the last word over the dialect use of the word `wul' for `until'.
As a proud Brummie myself, I'm delighted that the club is taking part," said Blues media boss Andy Walker.
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The average Brummie, we're told - although we don't believe any Brummie can be called average - likes the Royal Family, wants to quit the European Union, and remains suspicious of the MPs they elect.
There would have been no dignified silence from this Brummie as advised by Professor Lance Workman, who claimed 'Brummies would do better if they didn't speak at all.