oik

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oik

(ɔɪk)
n
derogatory slang Brit a person regarded as inferior because ignorant, ill-educated, or lower-class
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oik

[ɔɪk] N (Brit) → palurdo m, patán m
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oi(c)k

n (Brit pej sl) → Prolo m (sl)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Jonathan Trott was the oick of the Bears bowlers, taking 2-31 off 12 overs,
People reacted as if 'I was shocked' meant 'I am your moral superior and you are an oick.'
Stewart, of course, was the "oick" who had never been to university.