dincha

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

didn't + -cha.

Pronunciation[edit]

Contraction[edit]

dincha

  1. (eye dialect, informal) Didn't you.
    • 1937, Whit Burnett, Martha Foley, Story magazine
      "It's like lookin' at a nakid lady," she said. "It ain't." "Dincha ever see one?"
    • 2001, Jenny Carroll, Code Name Cassandra
      "Thought you'd seen the last of me, dincha, girlie?" Clay Larsson leered down at Shane and me.

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