saddo

saddo

(ˈsædəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
slang Brit a socially inadequate or pathetic person
[C20: from sad (sense 4) + -o]
Translations

saddo

[ˈsædəʊ] (saddos or saddoes (pl)) (Brit)
A. ADJpenoso, patético
B. Nmamarracho/a m/f
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A notification issued by the ECP said the village councils, where re-polling would take place included VC Kanju-II of Swat; Naway Kalay, Bagra, Mala Yousaf and Panjpaw of Buner district, and VCs Paloso Dag, Badalzoo, Khongi Bala, Saddo, Baba Gam, Swara Ghundi, Adokay, Tazagram, Nawagai, Ouch Gharbi, Batan and Watangy of Lower Dir district.
All this provides is a means for a saddo like me to console myself for the disappointment of not winning and justify what the tour means to me and hopefully many other supporters.
I love my cricket and I'm such a saddo I don't mind keeping wicket but I enjoy fielding too.
The government higher secondary school Saddo grabbed first trophy in basketball while government high school Dheri Talash stood second.
Some good has come from the actions of the saddo hackers who are the real losers.
Usually when you're still in that age bracket unless you're a saddo who believes passing an orange under you chin to a screaming drunk in a thong passes for fun.
Put a devoted young mother who would crawl over hot coals to do the best for her kids up against a little saddo who gets some kind of perverted kick out of hurting people.
DarrenSandwell Watch Huddersfield prankster Speedo Shy strip-off to back the #HandsOffHRI campaign Saddo not Speedo, is this a typical student.
Meanwhile, sub-inspector Iftikhar of Seetal Mari police station arrested an accused Saleem from Dr Akhtar Wali Pul with over half kg of Hashish while ASI Aslam of PS Jalilabad also arrested another accused Zaigham Abbas and recovered some quantity of Hashish from his possession at Chowk Saddo Hassam.
CALL me a saddo but I spent every other Sunday in the summer of 1995 looking at the steel skeleton of the yet to be written future emerge at Middlehaven.
They have been identified as Mehmood, Saddo, Sabra, Pappu, all residents of Desarmau village and Shakeel of bordering Mewati Tola area, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Kanpur Range) A K Chaturvedi said.
On Sunday, Member of the National Assembly belonging to the PPP, Syeda Nafisa Shah was about to deliver her speech at the rally in Saddo Janori Goth area of Khairpur district of Sindh when unidentified miscreants opened fire on the participants of the rally killing at least seven people including a local journalist and a college professor in Khairpur.