squit

squit

(skwɪt)
n
1. an insignificant person
2. nonsense; rubbish
3. the squits diarrhoea
[C19: dialectal variant of squirt]
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squit

n (Brit inf)
(= small or insignificant person)kleiner Scheißer (inf)
(= diarrhoea) the squits (sl)die Scheißerei (sl), → Durchfall m
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