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]
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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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As a lot of my academic work involves examining the role of voice and locality, I was triggered by the new series of Peaky Blinders to think how the perception of the Brummie dialect has been changed by its success.
This was another stronghold of the Brummie dialect; life in a Ladywood yard (above) in the early 1960s.
Jurys Inn, Broad Street, is offering overseas guests set to descend on the Second City during this month's Olympic Games a pamphlet on conquering the distinct Brummie dialect. It could, said a spokesman, be a life-saver.