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Pavarotti

Pavarotti is Cockney slang for Ten pounds.

"Lend us a Pavarotti"

Derived from tenner meaning a ten pound note. Pavarotti was a world famous tenor.

Credit: contributed by George X on 11-Aug-2007.


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Classic 86 times. Modern 80 times. Mockney 300 times.

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