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Brummie

noun [C] uk   /ˈbrʌm.i/ UK informal us  
a person who comes from the Birmingham area, in central England

Brummie

adjective uk   /ˈbrʌm.i/ UK informal us  
from or relating to the Birmingham area: a Brummie accent
Translations of “Brummie”
in Chinese (Traditional) 伯明罕人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伯明翰人…
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