gyppo


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gyppo

(ˈdʒɪpəʊ)
n, pl -pos
(Peoples) slang a derogatory term for Gypsy
Translations

gyppo

n (pej inf)Zigeuner m (neg!), → Zigeunerin f (neg!)
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A self-styled traveller told police they couldn't arrest him because he's "a Gyppo" after he fired a blank firing pistol over his mum's grave.
A SELF-STYLED traveller held by police after firing a gun over his mother's grave told officers they couldn't arrest him because "I'm a gyppo".
In this case, the minimum diameter law protected big timber companies from competition from small, independent, "gyppo" contractors best suited to harvest small trees.
AN executive who was called "pikey", "gyppo" and "paddy" during board meetings has been awarded nearly PS300,000 by an employment tribunal.
A HIGH flying executive who was called 'pikey', 'gyppo' and 'paddy' during board meetings has been awarded nearly PS300,000 by an employment tribunal.
Ray spent much of his life as a logger, working for Weyerhaeuser and gyppo outfits along the coast.
Now you have an entourage of gyppo pickpockets who are heroin junkies on top of that?
"You ran over when you saw him talking to your partner, telling him to 'stop begging like a gyppo and stop bothering my missus'.
In Haines, artists, craftsmen, wilderness guides, and telecommuters mix on Main Street with fishers, gyppo loggers, evangelists, and miners.
8.10 (260m): Move Along (scr), Don't Hassle Me (1), Trainers Pride (1), Gyppo Lass (2), Emerald Mary (2), Auntie Sue (3).
Instead of that, Kiberd was satisfied to repeat his not very comic quip, "In O'Casey's mind all -isms are wasms." (486) Nor has he made a proper case for why the tragicomic Juno has been compared with O'Flaherty's The Informer, beyond the forced attempt to equate a minor character like the guilty Johnny Boyle with the overwhelmingly guilty Gyppo Nolan.
We, as did generations before us, called the condition "Gyppo Gut." For the less delicate in the audience, this was an affliction that could lie low the strongest of the strong.