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[jos-er] /ˈdʒɒs ər/

noun, British Slang.
fellow, especially one who is or is made to appear foolish or simpleminded.
noun (slang)
(Brit) a simpleton; fool
(Brit) a fellow; chap
(Austral) a clergyman


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