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Definitions of "Mi Don" (Slang)

1. Mi Don

English Translation

My boss


a term in Jamaican Patois, and it's often used to refer to someone who is highly respected or regarded as a leader in a community. It's similar to calling someone a "boss" or "big shot." So, in English, you could translate "Mi Don" as "My boss" or "The boss" depending on the context.

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi Don a di man fi di job
English: My boss is the right person for the job

Related Words

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