dinna

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dinna

(ˈdɪnə) or

dinnae

vb
Scot do not
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We'll no' deny the public purse Is skint - but dinnae mak things worse.
Ah dinnae care if he's yir wee brithir oar yir big brithir - luk efter him jist the same," was Jeanie's response.
He told us all about it in history--communities dinnae like no-ones' (6).
A series of cryptic messages also accompany the post including Dinnae dae it hen#gottabadfeeling'.
ElvisCCFC: Dinnae worry about moving awa' fae the Ricoh, ah've been given assurances.
Whether you are yes, no - or like many at this stage a dinnae ken - we can all be proud that our nation is embarked on such an exciting journey in an impeccably democratic way.
I had an old, distant relation called Betty Burnside who spoke like that but every now and again she would slip and she'd go, (slips into much thicker accent) "Oh I dinnae ken," "So I called my secretary in the film Betty Burnside in remembrance of old Betty.
If ye dinnae score, ye dinnae win,' said Jimmy Sirrel, a manager who in the 1970s and 1980s took Notts County all the way from what we now call League Two to what we now call the Premier League.
But a respected colleague tells me they're great, especially because "you dinnae have to drive and you can get a few pints doon yer neck.
He was sat in the corner of the bar during the great Scottish football renaissance, whining: "I dinnae like the way Walter Smith plays his teams.
Gin awa' doon the toon n git mi a bottle o Irn-Bru n voddy, n dinnae hing aboot neither