summat

summat

(ˈsʌmət)
pron
not standard Brit something: you gonna do summat about it or what?.
Translations

summat

[ˈsʌmət] pron (Brit, dial) → qualcosa
References in classic literature ?
No, no, Bessy; I didn't mean justly the mole; I meant it to stand for summat else; but niver mind--it's puzzling work, talking is.
He has been standing off and on in the door-yard for the matter of a glass; and he has summat on his mind that he wants to heave up, d’ye see; but I tells him, says I, man, would you be coming aboard with your complaints, said I, when the judge has gotten his own child, as it were, out of the jaws of a lion?
Ay, ay, you have it, sir,” cried Benjamin; “it’s summat about a complaint that he has to make of the old Leather-Stocking, who, to my judgment, is the better man of the two.
You percave the little spalpeen is summat down in the mouth, and wears his lift hand in a sling, and it's for that same thing, by yur lave, that I'm going to give you the good rason.
Look at the canals, an' th' aqueduc's, an' th' coal-pit engines, and Arkwright's mills there at Cromford; a man must learn summat beside Gospel to make them things, I reckon.
I was determined to do summat in honour o't", said the dairyman.
There was a parrot, or summat like it, screeching in the window.
Drumlow--poor old gentleman, I was fond on him, though he'd got a bit confused in his head, what wi' age and wi' taking a drop o' summat warm when the service come of a cold morning.
Just asking for summat was a guarantee that I wouldn't get it.
He put his foot down, and I've thought, broken arm or summat, but at least I'm out - and I've just jumped and rolled into the road.
Nevertheless, it was definitely one to place in the "You Learn Summat New Every Day" file.
But I could see you were getting summat out of it, so that was good enough for me.