gorblimey

gorblimey

(ɡɔːˈblaɪmɪ)
interj
a variant of cor blimey
Translations

gorblimey

[ˌgɔːˈblaɪmɪ] EXCL (Brit) → ¡puñetas!

gorblimey

interj (Brit inf) → ach du grüne Neune (inf), → ich denk mich laust der Affe (inf)
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Who'd have thought the gorblimey Cockney EastEnders actor could call King Edward III his 22-times greatgrandad?
Out on a fine selection of roads in a diesel GSi the car impressed with its mid-range punch while never feeling gorblimey quick between the corners.
Pam yelled "Gorblimey!" at the top of her lungs to celebrate their inevitable decision to wait for a better opportunity.
yet He thought he was very smart and what I couldn't get out of my mind was a guy who looked as elegantly dressed as he did and yet he spoke like a gorblimey cockney.
Just a small example of the kind of dirty tricks they will face as they rub shoulders with the great and the gorblimey of the game.
Add them together and it's a love letter to a remarkable generation of ordinary folk - the good, the bad and the gorblimey - who proved their amazing ability to be extraordinary and heroic.
Jesus (Neil Mawhinney) is the gravitas among the gorblimey, dispensing amiable aphorisms and potted parables to the multitude while the multitude responds with funny noises.
Did he see me as a harmless old buffer in a gorblimey hat, tottering on the brink of certifiable senility?
I tightened the belt on my gorblimey trousers, and stoned some crows, all the better to fit in.
A search found it was used as a euphemism for "Gorblimey" in a book by James Curtis.
Sutton Arts Theatre will be going from the sublime to the gorblimey next season - or, to be more precise, the process appears to be in reverse.
But I could never get over the fact he looked that smart but spoke gorblimey Cockney with an accent you could cut with a knife."