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ned

(nɛd)
n
(Peoples) slang derogatory Scot a young working-class male who dresses in casual sports clothes
[C20: a shortened form of Edward]
ˈneddy, ˈneddish adj
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NED

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Translations

ned

[ned] N (esp Scot) → chorizo/a m/f, gamberro/a m/f
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ned

n (inf)Rowdy m; (= criminal type)Halunke m
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