Eyetie

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Eyetie

(ˈaɪtaɪ)
n, adj
(Peoples) offensive slang Brit Italian
[C20: based on a jocular mispronunciation of Italian]
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Translations
ItakaItaker

Eyetie

n (Brit pej sl) → Spag(h)ettifresser(in) m(f) (pej inf), → Itaker m (pej inf)
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