You can now find ‘fuhgeddaboudit’ in the Oxford English Dictionary

Posted On Wed, September 14, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, September 14, 2016 By In City Living, From Our Partners

You can fuhgeddaboudit, if you insist this phrase isn’t a real word.

The famous saying associated with New York City and New Jersey residents has just been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Made popular in pop culture by Italian-American characters, such as in “The Sopranos,” the word, according to Oxford, means “‘forget about it’; used to indicate that a suggested scenario is unlikely or undesirable.” Unofficial alternate spellings include foggetaboutit and fuhgeddaboutit.

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