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Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve is Cockney slang for Believe.

"Can you Adam and Eve it?"
Adam and Eve
Adam and Eve

A famous and popular core Cockney Rhyming Slang expression, Adam and Eve has been around since before C20th. Still going strong and just as popular today, this is a commonly used expression all over London and is widely recognised throughout the UK.

Credit: contributed by on 1-Jun-2007.


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Classic 2195 times. Modern 214 times. Mockney 339 times.

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