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uk   us   /ˈɪn.ɪt/ UK slang not standard
short form of isn't it. Used at the end of a statement for emphasis: "It's wrong, innit?" "They're such a wicked band, innit."
Translations of “innit”
in Chinese (Traditional) (非標準形式,表示強調)…
in Russian не так ли?…
in Turkish 'Değil mi?', 'Öyle mi?'…
in Chinese (Simplified) (非标准形式,表示强调)…
in Polish co nie?…
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