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Definitions of "Bench an batty" (Slang)

1. Bench an batty

English Translation

Very close friends


Term used to describe two people that have a very close relationship with each other; they are rarely seen without each other. This term is derived from the relationship one’s bottom (batty) has to their chair (bench).

Example Sentences

Patois: Di two a dem a bench an batty, mi baily si dem widout each other
English: The two of them are very close friends, I rarely see them without each other

Related Words

All fruits ripe , Babylon , Bad like yaz , Bashy ,

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