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1.
isn't it
its just short for innit, innit? -- Ali G
viết bởi Pocalik 22 Tháng năm, 2004
 
2.
1. (British slang, esp. Asian, i.e. Indian, Pakistani, etc.)

Contraction of "isn't it", "isn't he/she", "aren't they", "isn't there" and many other end-of-sentence questions. For greatest effect use in places where it would make no sense whatsoever if expanded.

2. General positive exclamation meaning "yes, I agree!"
1. "Hey dere's some pigs in dat cop car over there innit?"
"Yo look at my new car innit!"

2. Raj: "Da Matrix is to'ally cool!"
Nisha: "Innit!"
viết bởi hux 22 Tháng năm, 2003
 
3.
Derives from the chav/townie/pikey sub-culture, but falsely over-labbeled on the British Asian Communities. Innit is a shortened version of is it not, in context, it would be "is it not?" which we can see is a question due to the required question mark and change in the pitch of the voice to indicate a question is being asked. Chavs, however, due to their lack of education (zero GCSEs) and ignorance towards learning English at school because "i already speaks it, innit", tend to, more often than not, use the term innit when a statement has been used, rather than a question.
Linguists and scientists have studied chav language and have determined the following:
1) they have tried to invent their own language
2) this is because they do no understand standard English
3) they use their "pikey-speak" to communicate with other like chavs
4) they speak in a pattern:
5) (noun), (obscene word), (verb), (subject), (innit)!
6) the pattern of speech repeats itself
7) the order may be altered according to IQ of the chav
viết bởi chav-hater 10 Tháng mười hai, 2004
 
4.
isn't it?
any sentence whatsoever, innit?
viết bởi mek 24 Tháng mười một, 2002
 
5.
A derivative of "is it not", or more directly "isn't it". Often used at the end of a statement or word to give it emphasis, and simultaneously invite agreement.
"cool, innit"
viết bởi Rambo 21 Tháng tám, 2003
 
6.
Contraction of 'isn't it' which has been used in London for about 40 years ATLEAST. (so stop attibuting it to all sorts of wierd groups of people like for example chavs) Used at the end of sentances in the same was as eh?, right? or you-get-me?
Me: Where ARE you?
You: Still at work, innit.
viết bởi Last Chancer 22 Tháng mười, 2006
 
7.
Use it instead of a full stop
blahh blahh blahh innit
viết bởi Joey 17 Tháng hai, 2004