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trixie Line breaks: trixie
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪksi/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

Definition of trixie in English:

noun

British
A bet consisting of three doubles and one treble: I had a tenner trixie a few years back which netted me over £5,500
More example sentences
  • Ladbrokes settle two selections in different races as a double, three as a trixie, four as a yankee and so on.
  • John placed £20 on a trixie and was laughing when his selection paid £1611.25.
  • Try a trixie (three doubles and a treble) with the treble alone paying 38-1 at BetVictor.

Origin

1970s: of unknown origin.

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