Innit

What does Innit mean?

‘Innit’ is slang for ‘Isn’t it’

Innit is essentially the abbreviated form of “isn’t it” and is frequently employed in digital communication as well as face-to-face conversations to say “Yes, that’s correct” or “Do you concur?” For instance, you may come across a social media post that reads, “Perfect weather for a picnic, innit?”

This contraction is widespread among various cultural groups, including those from London, India, and Pakistan. It’s also a prevalent slang term within Black culture, used in day-to-day talks, hip-hop music, and online interactions.

To give you an example, imagine you’re chatting with a friend and they send a photo of their latest gadget with the text, “Cool gadget, innit?” Or, a colleague might message you saying, “Ideal time for a coffee break outdoors, innit?”

Example for using ‘Innit’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see the new Spider-Man movie?

Yeah, it was awesome, innit? Tom Holland is the perfect Spider-Man! πŸ•·οΈ

I totally agree! He brings so much energy to the role. Plus, the action scenes were mind-blowing, innit? πŸ”₯

Absolutely! The special effects were top-notch. It’s definitely one of the best superhero movies, innit? πŸŽ₯