She is a bit of a dits [ditz]

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I received this sentence "She is a bit of a dits" in one of the emails and really did not understand its meaning. I searched not with no help. Can you guys/gals explain it to me?

Thank you
  • aztlaniano

    Senior Member
    English (Aztlán, US sector)
    Welcome OOzypal! :)
    It means she is "ditsy" or "ditzy".
    Here is a long thread on it:

    Variant(s): or dit·sy \ˈdit-sē\
    Function: adjective
    Inflected Form(s): ditz·i·er or dits·i·er; dits·i·est
    Etymology: origin unknown
    Date: 1973
    : eccentrically silly, giddy, or inane : dizzy
    dit·zi·ness or dit·si·ness \-nəs\ noun

    I´ve asked to have this thread moved to the English only forum. This is Spanish-English.
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