saddo

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saddo

(ˈsædəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
slang Brit a socially inadequate or pathetic person
[C20: from sad (sense 4) + -o]
Translations

saddo

[ˈsædəʊ] (saddos or saddoes (pl)) (Brit)
A. ADJpenoso, patético
B. Nmamarracho/a m/f
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LANDLORDS who prey on desperate home-hunters for sex are not just sick saddos.
The band, who are seeking legal advice, wrote on their social media account: "Some of you may have spotted the saddos in the Eirexit conference had the feckin' temerity to use Dearg Doom as a soundtrack and to show the image of the album cover on the big screen.
Some would argue that Brown's position as a high-profile footballer makes him a magnet for these types of saddos and he should just put up with it.
uk Huddersfield safety campaigners demand zerotolerance drink-drive limit Are we getting a seesaw effect starting here, as pubs close down and drink-driving slowly decreases those saddos taking 'recreational' drugs is on the rise and is equally capable of rendering a driver unfit to drive?
do with my old| A new cast of saddos have signed |up for a summer in the Big Brother house (which has nothing to do with my older sibling by the way).
Do we really need some saddos coming up with a shortlist of 'best car park in the world'?
I agree with people who reckon these saddos never see the light of day.
I doubt that these anonymous saddos will ever achieve one per cent of her success.
Yet still even more saddos want her to have a State Funeral?
But don't these women understand that in 20 years' time they'll be just like the saddos who camp outside the NEC for tickets to see wrinkly Cliff Richard?
The usual saddos were quick to condemn Spencer on the forums, but the reality is he did nothing wrong on a tricky ride who was just unlucky.
Get a life, you stupid saddos, and smell the coffee.