git | Vocabulary | W3schools



This page is about the slang time period git

British English offensive!

That means

a idiot, a silly man or woman

For example

  • When the waiter brought him the mistaken dish, Invoice misplaced his great and shouted, “This is not what I ordered, you silly git!”
  • Those people gits who get the job done for the govt by no means look to get it right.


This is typically employed in British English but may well be used in other types of English way too.

See Slang of the Working day currently

Contributor: Alex Hales


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