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an't

[ant, ahnt, eynt] /ænt, ɑnt, eɪnt/
1.
Chiefly British Dialect. contraction of am not.
2.
Dialect. ain't.
Origin of an't
1700-1710
First recorded in 1700-10; See origin at ain't; aren't
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British Dictionary definitions for an't

an't

contraction (mainly Brit)
1.
(ɑːnt) a rare variant spelling of aren't
2.
(dialect) (eɪnt) a variant spelling of ain't
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