Definition of beezer in English:

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beezer

Pronunciation: /ˈbiːzə/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

adjective

British informal, dated
Excellent: a beezer time was had by all
More example sentences
  • Living with his stuffy parents again gives him the beezer idea of hunting down his former schoolmates.
  • Purederry will return to your screens with a new beezer edition next week on Monday 10th January.
  • Living with his stuffy parents again gives him the beezer idea of hunting down his former schoolmates.

Origin

1950s: from the earlier noun beezer, denoting something large or impressive, of unknown origin.

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