sez


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sez

(sɛz)
vb (tr)
a humorous spelling of the third person singular present tense of the verb say, used esp as an ironic representation of uneducated speech
Translations

sez

[sez] = says sez you!¡lo dices tú!
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Sahib,' sez he, 'there's a reg'mint an' a half av soldiers up at the junction, knockin' red cinders out av ivrything an' ivrybody
sez I; 'my heart's sick in my ribs for a wink at anything wid the Quane's uniform on ut.
Good mornin', Peg,' I sez, whin he dhrew breath afther dursin' the Adj'tint-Gen'ral; 'I've put on my best coat to see you, Peg Barney,' sez I.
You want an excuse,' sez I, 'for not goin' out with the young ladies.
Mugridge,' sez 'e to me, 'Mugridge,' sez 'e, 'you've missed yer vokytion.
Yes, I am Wickens's boy," said the witness, partly fierce, partly lachrymose, "and I say I seen him, and if anyone sez I didn't see him, he's a lie.
And he called me and gev me tuppence, and sez, 'You go to the devil,' he sez, 'and don't tell no one you seen me here, or else,' he sez, 'I might be tempted to drownd you,' he sez, 'and wot a shock that would be to your parents
That's what he said," nodded Peter, carefully switching his navy plug to the opposite cheek before settling down to reply, "and sez I, 'Why, Martin, what d'ye want o' that there shoat?
As Spider 'ere said afore, we'll all bloody well be picked up, anyway, sez 'e, so wot's the use o' squabblin'?
Leastways 'e was crawlin' towards the barricks, sir, past the main road sentries, an' the sentry 'e sez, sir -"
Sometimes I sez to myself, 'Peg, would you like to be Queen Victory?
He sez he'll never see the dog again, an' so mark you, he'll keep straight for evermore.