Definition of mockney noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



BrE BrE//ˈmɒkni//
; NAmE NAmE//ˈmɑːkni//
[uncountable] (British English, informal, often disapproving)
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a way of speaking English by educated people from London which copies the words and sounds of cockney speech (= a way of speaking typical of the East End of London) She speaks in this ridiculous mockney accent. More Like ThisBlended or portmanteau wordsalcopop, breathalyser, bromance, brunch, chillax, chugger, docusoap, edutainment, greenwash, guesstimate, infomercial, mechatronics, metrosexual, mockney, motel, multiplex, pleather, podcast, robocall, simulcast, sitcom, smog, staycation, telethon, televangelist, workaholic See worksheet.