Main definitions of wot in English

: wot1wot2

wot1

determiner, pronoun, & interrogative adverb

British
humorous, informal
  • as predeterminer ‘‘Wot a night!’ wheezed an old farmer’
    non-standard spelling of what
    • ‘In the meantime, I'm going to… wot am I going to do?’
    • ‘Hmm… wonder wot the parents would have to say about THAT!’
    • ‘Note to Greybird: check out my comments box, look wot I did… all on my own… not bad, eh?’
    • ‘Here's another sketch wot I did earlier and a couple more photos so you can feel the atmosphere of that vibrant Sunday afternoon in Trafalgar Square.’
    • ‘Wonder wot his mother would have said… her precious son.’
    • ‘Yeah, but wot are we supposed to do about it?’
    • ‘JB hired a car and we headed to wine country… wot else do you do on a Tuesday?’
    • ‘Look, I didn't start this - it was Luke wot done it.’
    • ‘Jeannie's all uncertain about everything and I think things are going to get quite nasty, now that they don't have a protector who knows wot she's doing.’
    • ‘‘Tell ya wot,’ Graham said, with a smile on his face that indicated he was only half-kidding.’
    • ‘It was me wot spotted an unattended package at London Bridge station yesterday afternoon.’
    • ‘It's the Acknowledgement at the front of an ‘auto’ biography wot I ghost-wrote in 1986.’
    • ‘Right now just want to go back to bed again… is that pathetic or wot?’
    • ‘Dolly seems to think it was me as wot turned off the sun.’
    • ‘‘Tell ya wot Matt,’ James muttered through gritted teeth in a voice that was rapidly becoming like that of someone talking in their sleep.’
    • ‘Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, author of the Tractatus and plenty of other works wot have put grey hairs upon my head, lived a few miles up the road in Clifden.’

Pronunciation

wot

/wɒt/

Main definitions of wot in English

: wot1wot2

wot2

Pronunciation

wot

/wɒt/