according to Cocker

according to Cocker

Indicates and/or emphasizes that something is correct, right, or reliable. Refers to 17th-century English arithmetician Edward Cocker. Primarily heard in UK. Now that I've read over my thesis five times, I am quite sure it's free of errors and completed according to Cocker! The car leaking that much oil does not seem to be according to Cocker—I think you should take it to the shop as soon as possible.
See also: accord
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According to Cocker, apart from rising losses from dating scams there had also been a marked rise in the number of complaints about online trading, including penny auction sites.
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According to Cocker, there is a noticeable difference in the quality of the patches his crews are now producing.