There are 2 main definitions of benny in English:

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noun (plural bennies)

informal , chiefly US
A tablet of Benzedrine.
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  • For decades, the military has been trying to figure out ways to keep soldiers awake and alert in the field - for days at a time. Back in the 60s, that meant some pretty hair-raising experiments with everything from bennies to LSD.
  • I remember seeing a letter that he wrote outlining very seriously his regimen for writing, which would include methodically drinking so much, and then taking half of a benny, and so on.
  • Percodan and bennies, he thought, coughing; breakfast of champions.

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There are 2 main definitions of benny in English:

benny2

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɛni
 
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noun (plural bennies)

US informal
A benefit attached to employment; a perk: we can be flexible on pay and bennies
More example sentences
  • You have to pay your own health insurance, self-employment tax, all of those bennies that an employee would normally receive automatically, you don't.
  • Finally, the number of employers offering health care benefits continues to decline; employees lucky enough to have bennies find their share of the cost increasing.
  • They pointed out that these numbers include some of the ‘hidden unemployed’ - those who are no longer drawing unemployment bennies, but still looking for work.’

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