juggins

juggins

(ˈdʒʌɡɪnz)
n
informal Brit a silly person; simpleton
[C19: special use of the surname Juggins]
Translations

juggins

[ˈdʒʌgɪnz] Nbobo/a m/f

juggins

n (Brit inf) → Depp m (S Ger), → Trottel m (inf)
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"I ain't such a juggins as to go agen a toff as makes it worf while to do as I'm bid an' 'old me tongue."
Amanda Juggins, 43, said: "This is the first one I've been to, I live locally.
League secretary Neil Juggins said: "It has come as a huge shock and was not something we were expecting at all.
JUGGINS Margaret Esther 'Peggy' (Nee Fitzgerald) Of Binley Road, Coventry.
<BJohn Clayton of Innovate UK, Michelle Rusk of Northumbria University, Fraser McLeay of Northumbria University, Andy Goodwin, commercial director at Thomas Swan and Hazel Juggins of Northumbria University.
Kristie-Anne Juggins, 30, was arrested after leaving a Louis Vuitton store in Milan and is accused of being part of a criminal gang.
Los perfiles graficos de MO y nutrientes, diatomeas y pH se obtuvieron en el programa C2 version 1.7.2 (Juggins 2003-2011).
Tratamiento de la informacion: Para relacionar las especies de micromoluscos mas abundantes con la materia organica y el carbonato de calcio (CaC[O.sub.3]) se utilizo el software [C.sub.2], version 1.5 (paleoecological analysis: Juggins 2007) que permitio realizar varios perfiles en una misma grafica.
The proposed project would also add left and right turn lanes on Staffordboro Boulevard and add a roundabout at Juggins Road.
2011) and Rioja (Juggins 2009) of the statistical program R (R Development Core Team 2011) were applied to multidimensional data analysis and WTD reconstructions, respectively.
Chief Executive Neil Juggins admitted: "It's been a nightmare season and I'll be glad to see the back of it.