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Miss Sahib ke chota chokee done broke
12016-05-31T12:59:22-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1422Glossaryplain2016-06-01T13:16:28-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1(Hindustani) A bit nonsensical. "That son of an owl, Stunt Sahib [Assistant Sahib], 'done broke' Miss Sahib's small chair. The "done broke" is of course English slang, and it doesn't make very much sense that an Ayah with little or no English would have used this formulation.