Definition of boozer in English:

boozer

Syllabification: booz·er
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͞ozər
 
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noun

informal
1A person who drinks large quantities of alcohol.
More example sentences
  • It won't stop alcoholics or regular boozers but it will moderate consumption.
  • Traders say they are fed up with seeing the boozers drinking from bottles hidden in plastic bags and urinating in the church grounds.
  • She was deadly serious, confessing like a boozer at Alcoholics Anonymous.
1.1British A pub or bar.
More example sentences
  • More of a private lounge than a public boozer, you ring a doorbell, a kindly staff member leads you to the lounge and you peruse a menu of classic cigars before taking your pick.
  • Although clearly not one of York's oldest pubs, the boozer does have a proud and well-recorded history.
  • He sounds like one of those fellas you get down at my local boozer.

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