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A single-seat fighter used by the RAF and allies during World War II, especially during the Battle of Britain.
A compound of spit +"Ž fire as a euphemistic rendition of shitfire, from Spanish cacafuego ("braggart") with the literal translation of "fireshitter".
You're a little spitfire, you know that?
She was so nicknamed because of her spitfire personality.
A subscription arrangement was suggested where people gave part of their weekly salary to a fund to buy a spitfire for the RAF.
Al Deere I flew a Spitfire for the first time in March 1939.
Many had come from far and wide just to see the Spitfire which appeared at 15.08.
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