Innit



/ˈɪnɪt/
adverb
1.
(sentence modifier) (slang) a contraction of isn’t it?, used to invite agreement with a statement: it’s a funny old world, innit?
contraction

Nice concert, innit?
Examples

orig. British
Word Origin

slang

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