gimme

[gim-ee]
1.
Pronunciation spelling. give me.
noun Slang.
2.
Golf. a final short putt that a player is not required to take in informal play.
3.
the gimmes.
a.
reliance on or a demand for the generosity of others, especially as one's due: grown children with the gimmes who still expect money from their parents.
Also, gimmie.


Origin:
1925–30; informal pronunciation of give me

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gimme (ˈɡɪmiː)
 
interj
1.  slang give me!
 
n
2.  golf a short putt that one is excused by one's opponent from playing because it is considered too easy to miss

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gimme definition

[ˈgɪmi]
  1. phr.
    give me. (Eye-dialect. Typical spoken English. Used in writing only for effect. Used in the examples of this dictionary.) : Do you wanna gimme the thingy and lemme go ahead with my work?
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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Example sentences
And, expect them to not repeat offend gimme a break.
Uh, then, gimme tiny humble troll the right to vote in elections over there.
Instead you hear all the competing gimme demands: more luxury, more stuff on stuff.
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