dunno

dunno (don't know) dun·no || də'nəʊ n. not sure, don't have knowledge of (Internet Slang)

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  • dunno — a phonetic representation of I don t know, is first recorded in 1842 and is widely used in fiction and drama in illiterate or highly informal speech: • ‘Now it s back the way it used to be.’ ‘Why?…’ ‘Dunno, sweet. Do not know.’ New Yorker, 1986 …   Modern English usage

  • dunno — colloquial for (I) don t know, first attested 1842 in Amer.Eng …   Etymology dictionary

  • dunno — [də nō′] phonetic sp. of don t know (in informal pronunciation) …   English World dictionary

  • Dunno — The Adventures of Dunno and his Friends book cover Dunno, or Know Nothing (Russian: Незнайка, Neznayka; from the Russian phrase не знаю , don t know) is an anti hero created by the Soviet children s writer Nikolay Nosov. Dunno, recognized by his… …   Wikipedia

  • dunno — [[t]dəno͟ʊ[/t]] Dunno is sometimes used in written English to represent an informal way of saying don t know . How on earth did she get it? I dunno …   English dictionary

  • dunno — /deuh noh /, Pron. Spelling. don t know: Who did it? I dunno! [1835 45] * * * …   Universalium

  • dunno — dun|no [ˈdʌnəu US nou] a way of saying I don t know . Some people think that this use is not correct English ▪ Do you want to come? I dunno, I might …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dunno — spoken a way of saying I don t know , that some people think is incorrect: “Do you want to come?” “ I dunno, I might.” …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • DUNNO — I Don t Know (Computing » SMS) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • Dunno — contraction of don t know …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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