(informal, low register) Contraction of isn't it.

(British, informal, proscribed) Used as a replacement for any other negative tag question, irrespective of person, number, or verb.

(British, informal, proscribed) Used as a discourse marker.

Usage notes

• When used as a generic tag question in British English, sometimes associated with Multicultural London English, but considered bad or broken English by most educated speakers.


• (isn't it): isn't it, ain't it (slang)

• (tag question): see English tag questions

Source: Wiktionary


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