- • lucky. e.g.. "you jammy sod".
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Jammy — Le nom est surtout porté dans l Aude. Variante : Jammi (09, 11). C est un diminutif de Jamme (= Jacques) … Noms de famille
jammy — ► ADJECTIVE (jammier, jammiest) 1) covered, filled with, or resembling jam. 2) Brit. informal lucky … English terms dictionary
jammy — 1) adj British enviably lucky, very fortunate. This common expression, which is particu larly popular among schoolchildren (typically expressed in such phrases as jammy dodger , jammy bugger , jammy sod or jammy bastard ) marvel ling at a fellow… … Contemporary slang
jammy — UK [ˈdʒæmɪ] / US adjective Word forms jammy : adjective jammy comparative jammier superlative jammiest 1) covered and sticky with jam a jammy face 2) British very informal very lucky … English dictionary
Jammy — If you are really lucky or flukey, you are also very jammy. It would be quite acceptable to call your friend a jammy b****rd if they won the lottery … The American's guide to speaking British
jammy — [[t]ʤæ̱mi[/t]] jammier, jammiest ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n If you describe someone as jammy, you mean that they are very lucky because something good has happened to them, without their making much effort or deserving such luck. [BRIT, INFORMAL] You… … English dictionary
jammy — /jam ee/, adj., jammier, jammiest. Brit. Informal. 1. very lucky. 2. pleasant; easy; desirable: He has a jammy job. [1850 55; appar. JAM2 + Y1; cf. the idioms to have jam on it to have something easy; real jam, pure jam something easy or… … Universalium
jammy — jam|my [ˈdʒæmi] adj BrE [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: money for jam; MONEY] 1.) [only before noun] informal lucky used especially when someone has got something good without having to use any special effort or skill ▪ The jammy devil won £1000. 2.)… … Dictionary of contemporary English
jammy — jam|my [ dʒæmi ] adjective covered and sticky with JAM: a jammy face … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
jammy — adjective BrE slang 1 jammy bastard/cow/bugger etc an impolite expression meaning someone who has been very lucky 2 very easy … Longman dictionary of contemporary English