Your question: What does init mean in British slang?

a. ” isn’t it”

Why do Londoners say init?

“Innit” is an abbreviation of “isn’t it” most commonly used amongst teenagers and young people. This phrase is used to confirm or agree with something that another person has just said. “It’s really cold today.”

What does innit mean in British slang?

‘Innit? ‘ is a contraction of the tag question ‘Isn’t it? ‘ and people use it to prompt a response from the listener. So if someone says ‘Nice weather, innit? ‘, they are expecting you to agree and say ‘Yes’.

What is init short for?


Acronym Definition
INIT Initial
INIT Initialization
INIT Initialize
INIT International Network for Instrumental Transcommunication

Do Brits say innit?

The word “innit” is popular among British Asians, particularly in the south east of England and somewhat popular among other groups that interact with said British Asians. In general “English” people don’t. Nor do the majority of British people.

What does init mean on Snapchat?

Summary of Key Points

“Isn’t it?” is the most common definition for INIT on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Why do British say bruv?

You may have heard the word and wondered what it means or where it comes from. ‘Bruv’ – it’s a shortened version of brother. … The word is widely used to address another male –usually someone that the speaker shares a common bond with, friends or people they know, often people of a similar age to themselves.

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Is it innit or init?

Senior Member. As most people have correctly identified “innit” is a shortened and somewhat crude way of saying ‘isn’t it’.

Is innit a real word?

Meaning of innit in English

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.”

Where is innit from?

‘Innit’ – usually pronounced that way, usually with a regional accent of some kind, often with a Cockney accent of some kind, often with a Jamaican accent – it’s because it’s come really from the fashionable use, in London mainly, by the Asian community and the Jamaican community, popularised by Ali G and others.

How do you say OK in British slang?

‘Hunky-dory’ – a neat little piece of British slang that means that a situation is okay, cool, or normal.

What does bog mean in British slang?

noun Usually bogs. British Slang. a lavatory; bathroom.