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pronounced IZit.
1. "Really, is that so?"
2. "Your're having me on."
3. "Christ, I don't believe that for a second."
You: I slept with Kim Mathers last night.
Your mate: Is it?
You: She was a right cunt.
Your mate: Is it?
You: Wanna get some crisps?
Your mate: Yeh, bru.
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This phrase is often used to in recognition to others in conversation. It is used positively.

It is not said often with a questioning tone, however when it is, it can mean "really?"
Person#1: I've been out all day today
Person#2: Is it?
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To acknowledge a statement with expressing particular surprise or interest.
I bumped into that yat you were bangin down luton, she looked like she was up the duff ya na.
- Izit!
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similar to innit where by innit is often rhetorical, isit poses a question that begs answering. Often eshews syntax of pre contracted form("is it?")
-"dude, Aah've bin wahlkin ahl ouver Luundin ahn I aint seen a baegil store anyplace"
-"Isit?"
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Pronounced 'izzit', the new replacement for 'innit' or 'isn't it'. Almost always used at the end of a sentence, or as a phrase by itself.

#1 Is it can be used as a tag question, to request the adjacent response equivalent to 'it is'

#2 Is it can be used to add kudos to a previous statement
A) Ready for a jam man, is it?
B) It is man.

A) Gonna get some beh pusseh tonight man.
B) Is it!
by C. Swanworthy November 05, 2007
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More Core language from High Wycombe, England but this is used elsewhere as well. Used to question a statement but is more often rhetorical than not. Not to be confused with 'izit?' which demands an answer.
Jo: "Let's go to Baker's Oven."
Colin: "Isit?"
by Simjob March 29, 2005
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