One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
One.‘a good 'un’‘a wild 'un’
- ‘You may have to leave the little 'uns at home.’
- ‘I'll leave it up to you young 'uns.’
- ‘I've always wanted to be the kind of mother who spends as much time as possible with her young 'un.’
- ‘Carol's brother Jimmy is a bad 'un.’
- ‘Perhaps you have a "little 'un" for whom you think a Montessori start would be good.’
- ‘This 'un won't do anythin' to endanger the rest of ya.’
- ‘However, this hasn't stopped it from being a good 'un.’
- ‘He got her and me a place to stay across the river, and a young 'un to help her.’
- ‘I always knew he was a wrong 'un.’
- ‘There are some pretty good midpriced gifts for the young 'uns in here.’
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