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.
lt;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.
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.
Chief Executive Neil Juggins admitted: "It's been a nightmare season and I'll be glad to see the back of it.
Claire Juggins, Judith Popple, John Dillon, Lynne Davies and Philip Jones
2010; Cunningham, Gilthorpe, & Hunt, 2001; Johnston, Hunt, Burden, Stevenson, & Hepper, 2010; Juggins, Shute, & Cunningham, 2006; Stirling et al.
McCann LJ, Juggins AD, Maillard SM, Wedderburn LR, Davidson JE, Murray KJ, et al.
Sainsbury's home baking buyer Mark Juggins says the retailer is also helping the category by working towards a balance of home baking products.
JUGGINS - HILDA LOUISA, June 5, 2011, aged 64 years.
Corporal Neil Juggins, 29, from Gloucester, who is part of the Kabul Patrol Company, said: "I was lying in bed and I felt the building moving and the bed was shaking.