Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Brits"

The meaning of "Brits" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Brits blame their government ■as coronavirus fears rise.
- CNN NEWS

1. WHAT THAT MEANS ?
Please explain more easier way !
2. Pre-position in English is hard.
■as explain for me !
blame A as B ? what pre-position can be used instead of ■? mean?
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Q: What does "French of the Brits" mean?
A: @long-overdue: Maybe it could've been a mistake "or the Brits", but it wasn't corrected. Or maybe he actually means it and he's talking about British people who are somehow French. That's what I think, but still I'm not very sure...

Translations of "Brits"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How do you, Brits, pronounce "everybody" Thanks in advance 🙃
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How do you, Brits, pronounce "Cafe" ?
A: I'm Australian but I'll pronounce it anyway.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do Brits say this : 5000 tonnes of fast food WAS/WERE consumed in 2017 in the US. Which one you guys choose? Was or were
A: 5000 tonnes of fast food were consumed in 2017 in the US.

Other questions about "Brits"

Q: ‎✓ Gotten - Do you Brits use this verb form?
A: Gotten is not part of English (UK) but if you were to use it people wouldn’t really mind. But it would be best just to use the word “got”
Q: ❓Do you Brits say something like this (instead of using Continuous Tense)?

• I was stood... / We were stood...
• I was sat.. / We were sat...

Does this sound natural?
A: I was stood, we were stood, I was sat, we were sat
For example, "I was stood on the street corner waiting for a friend."

This construction is common and natural in some parts of England, but it is wrong grammar.
The correct grammar is I was standing, we were standing, I was sitting, we were sitting.
For example, "I was standing on the street corner waiting for a friend."
Q: Brits drive car on the left Does this sound natural?
A: Brits drive on the left.
Q: I'm going to drink with my Brits friend tomorrow evening. He is leaving to London next week. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say: "I'm going out to drink with my British friend tomorrow evening. He is leaving for London next week."
Q: How do Brits feel about saying "Bless you"? Apparently people from the U.S. prefer "Gesundheit" because it's not religious. Is it the same in Britain?
A: I think Britain cares more for manners than the states in some cases . As some of the other people who commented said . In the UK people say 'bless you' to be polite. In some cases if someone sneezes and nobody says 'bless you' it is considered rude.

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