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wotpronoun

uk   /wɒt/  us   /wɑːt/ UK not standard mainly humorous
used in writing for what or that: Wot? No food? It's him wot won it.
Translations of “wot”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於寫作中,替代 what 或 that)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于写作中,替代 what 或 that)…
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