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Definitions of "I and I" (Slang)


1. I and I


English Translation

We


Definition

"I and I" is the representation of One Love, which means that because we (I and I) are the same, we should love one another like we love our own self.


Example Sentences

Patois: I and I plant the corn
English: We plant the corn


Related Words

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