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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinnitin‧nit /ˈɪnɪt/ British English informal  1 used as a way of saying ‘isn’t it’ It’s cold, innit?2 used after a statement for emphasis, instead of any question tag. This use is very non-standard and is grammatically incorrect, but has become common in spoken English among some young people He’s a bad man, innit (=used instead of ‘isn’t he’).
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