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Definitions of "Rude bwoy" (Slang)

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1. Rude bwoy


English Translation

Bad boy


Definition

A tough or rebellious man


Example Sentences

Patois: Him a di rude bwoy a di area.
English: He’s the bad boy of the area.


Related Words

Blacks , Bigga , Fatah , Peas Head ,



posted by anonymous on May 13, 2024


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2. Rude bwoy


Definition

A young man with a rebellious or tough attitude


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi and Rude bwoy deh yah a chill.
English: Me and the young man with a rebellious attitude is here chilling.


Related Words

Blacks , Bigga , Fatah , Peas Head ,



posted by anonymous on December 3, 2023


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3. Rude bwoy (Noun)


English Translation

Bad boy


Definition

A person who is involved in criminal activities.


Example Sentences

Patois: Rude bwoy, talk di truth before di police cum an tek yuh to di station.
English: Bad boy, tell the truth before the police come and take you to the station


Related Words

Hot Steppa , Baby madda , Badman , Bait ,



posted by NhialNgong on August 11, 2016


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4. Rude bwoy (Noun)


English Translation

Rude boy


Definition

Slang term use to greet a cool friend or to describe a tough guy, rebel, or criminal.


Example Sentences

(patois) Wat a gwaan rude bwoy?
(english) What’s going on bad boy?


Related Words

Hot Steppa , Baby madda , Badman , Bait ,



posted by anonymous on April 25, 2013


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